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VERNARD ADAMS • SHERRI ALVIS • MATTHEW AMES • 

FELICIA ANDERSON • BERNADETTE APONTE • RENEE AQUILA • 

PAUL ARLESIC • BRIAN ASHMAN • DENISE ASSEFF • JOSEPH AVCIN • 

GREGORY BACHELOR • MELISSA BALL • CHRISTOPHER BARANOWSKI • 

JENNIFER BARCZA • LUCILLE BARTULOVIC • JAMES BATTEIGER • DAVID BAUER • 

JUDITA BEDER • FRANK ROBERT BELL • NORMAN BERRY • MICHELLE BERZIN • 

SAULIUSBERZINSKAS* GEORGE BEVANDA* JOE BEVANDA* CHERYL BILAK* SHARON BILLI 

• LISA BLACK • LAURIE BOCK • MICHELLE BONNAY • JOSEPH BOROS • AERICA BOTHWELL • 

MATTHEW BOUFFARD • LA VERNE BOWDEN • CHAD BRACKEN • CHRISTOPHER BRENT • BETH 

BRICKMAN • CRAIG BRICKMAN • ADAM BROWN • JEFFREY BROWN • JOHN BROWNE • LORAINE BRUKETA • 

TRACYBRUNO* JASON BRUST'CHRISTIAN BRYANT* JON BUDWAY* PAMELABUEHNER* RICHARDBUNN 

• MAYA BURGE • SAMUEL BURGESS • JENNIFER BURLISON • TERENCE BUSH • AUDRA BUTKUS • RACHEL 
CAINE • TONY CANZONE • MATTHEW COUCH«CHRISTINECOULTER« JAMIE 
CARPENTER • ROBERT CARSEY • COX • CYNTHIA CRAMER • MARC 
WILLIAM CASTROVINCE • JEANINE CREACH • ROGER CROMBIE • ERIC 
CASTROVINCI • ANTHONY CELESTE • CROWLEY • JEFFREY CUDO • ROBERT 
STEPHEN CESAR • DAVID CESNA • CURTIS • TAMMY CURTIS • HEATH 
MICHAEL CHEBO • MATTHEW CUSTER • SCOTT DANNA • KATHLEEN 
CHINCHAR • JASON CHINNI • DAVIS* WILLIAM DAVIS* DAVID DE LAS 
ANTOINETTE CHIUDIONI • WON-KI • PENAS • DAVID DEWALT* ROBIN DIETZ 
CHUN • JOHN CIARLILLO • IVICA • TODD DIETZEL • JULIE DIRK • 
CINDRIC • ANTHONY CIRINO • FREDERICKDIXON»JOSEDINEDIXON» 
MICHAELCIRINO«CHRISTINECLARK« GUNNARD DOBOZE • LEEANN 
DEIDRE CLARK • KIMBERLY CLARK • DOBUCKI • ALLEN DODGE • KIMBERLY 
ROBIN CLAY • ELISE CLEMENCE • DOLES • ROBERT DONCEVIC • 
CHINA CLEVELAND • DOMINIC MARQUITA DORSEY • MIA DOSS • 
COLANTONIO • JESSE COLEMAN • DAVID DUCHON* JENNIFER DUDZIAK* 
KEVIN COLEMAN • ROBERT NADA DUGANDZIC • MIROSLAV DURES 
COMENSCHEK • KEVIN CORBETT • »SHARONNEDURRAH» JOELECKERT* 
YOLANDA CORNELIUS • MIRIAM LESLIE EDE • ADRIENNE EDWARDS • 
JILL ENNEPER* ROBERT ERB» CLAUDIA ERCEG* TERESA EVANS* JEFFREY EVILSIZER* KIMBERLY FAINT* 
STEVEN FAKULT • KARIN FALETIC • ROSA FARACI • PATRICK FELDEN • TRACEY FILIPASIC • THOMAS 

FITZPATRICK • THOMAS FOX • DANIEL FRATTIN • JAMES FREDRICKSON • TIMOTHY FULGHAM • KEVIN 

GAINES* KIMBERLYGAMBATESE* RICHARD GAMBER* ERIC GARDNER* RODNEY GARR* KIMBERLY 

GAST* JOHN GAZZUOLO*SHERIGEISWEIDT* JEAN GERCAR*ANTONIGJEREK*CATHRYN GLENN* 

LAURA GLOVER • JEFFREY GOERNDT • NIKKI GOLDEN • TRACY GOLDEN • THOMAS GOLINAR • 

HUMBERTO GOMEZ • JASON GOODMAN • JOSEPH GORNIK • KAREN GOSTOMSKI • SARAH 

GRANITO • TRACEY GRAVES • MARIA GRBAC • TINA GROVES • CYNTHIA GRUBACH • JOHN 

HADA • JOHN HAGGERTY • ERIC HAGGINS • DONALD HAMM • STEVEN HAMMER • 

TIMOTHY HANSON • TIA HARDEN • MIA HARRISON • DAVID HARTMAN • JEFFREY 

HATCHER • JASON HECK • MATTHEW HENRY • DANIELLE HERMAN • LISA HEUER • 

DOUGLAS HIGHAM • CHARLES 
HIGHLAND 'ANITA HILL* HEIDI HILGER 

• SHANNON HINTON -THOMAS HOAG • 
CAROLINE HOLLAND • ANGELA HOLLIS 

• NATHAN HOLLOWAY • JEFFREY 
DAVID KELLY • SHANNON KELLY • HOLMES • KEITH HOOD • MELISSA 
THOMASKERMODE*CLAUDETTEKIDD HORVATH • FRANCES HRIBAR • 

• ROBERT KIMBALL • DONELL KING • MARLENE HRIBAR • CHING WEI HSU • 
DAWN KIRCHNER • DEBORAH FRANCIS HUBER • LISA HUNT • 
KIRCHNER*JEFFREYKLINE*KARMEN MARCUS HUTTON • BRUCE IRBYJR* 
KNEZ • DANIEL KOMARA • DANIEL SHELLI JACKSON* FRANK JANKOWSKI 
KORATICH • STEPHEN KOVELAN • • RONALD JENKO • CYNTHIA JERELE • 
CHRISTINE KUCARIC • NEIL KUCIA • JULIANA JOHANN • ALFRED JOHNSON 
ERIC KUHEN • VALERIE KUNESH • JR • SHELLEY JOHNSON JR • YVETTE 
MICHAELLAMANNA*CHRISTINELAND JOHNSON • RAYMOND JONES • 

• CHERYL LAPUH • WILLIAM ROBERT JONES • GINA JUENGEL • 
LAURENSON • MOLLY LAUVER • SUSAN JURISEVIC • JENNIFER 
SHALOM LAWRENCE • DARYL LAWSON KACPERSKI • BRENDAN KELLEY • 

• ELDORA LEE • MELISSA LESKOVEC • PATRICIA LEVSTIK • CHONTON LEWIS • JENNY LEYENDECKER • CARL 
LISHING • JOHN LITTLE • PAMELA LITTLE • DANIEL LOMBARDO • NICOLE LOZADA • RICARDO LOZADA • 
HARRY LUIKART • VALENA MADDOX • MATTHEW MAHOVLIC • CHRISTOPHER MANNELLO • CHRISTOPHER 

MARCINKO* MIRTAMARIA*JOHN MARINCEK* JENNIFER MARKS* NORMAN MAROLT*CHRISTOPHER 

MARTIN • IVORY MARTIN • ROBERT MARTIN • CHARLES MARVIN • LISA MARVIN • JENNIFER 

MASLEY • JENNIFER MASON • RASHAWN MASTEN • ALISON MATISH • IAN MATLOCK • 

AYANNA MATTHEWS • TERESA MAUST "JEANINE MC ALPINE • JERMAINE MC CALEB • 

BRIAN MC CARTHY • WAYNE MC CARTNEY • LATRENA MC DANIEL • WENDY MC 

DERMOTT • TAMIKA MC GHEE • CHRISTOPHER MC GLOTHAM • JOSEPH 

MEDEN IV • TRAMAYNE MEEKS • JASON MESTROVICH • THOMAS 

MILICEVIC*ERNESTMILLER*MTONYMILLINE*LAURAMINADEO 

• MICHELLE MINCEK • CHARLES MINGLE • HEATHER 



MIRANDA* RUTH MIRANDA • TRACEY A MONDOK • LAURA 
MONTAGNER • PAMELA MONTGOMERY • GERALD MOORE • 
KIMBERLY MOORE* MARLON MOORE* SHANNON MORIARTY* BRIAN 
MORRIS • JAMAL D MORRIS • JOEL MORSE • LATANYA MOULTRY • CRAIG 
MUROWSKY* VINCENT MYERS • ANGEL NAGLIOBRIDGETNEGRELLI- MEGHAN- 
ANNE NEIDEL • JACK NEMECEK • MICHELLE NEWCOMB • ANN NICOLOSI • LANCE 
NOSSE • MICHAEL NOVAK • CYNTHIA NOVOTNY • ELIZABETH NOYES • KATHLEEN NUGENT • 
PATRICK NUGENT • CHRISTINE OBLAK • NICHOLAS ORAZEM • LORENA ORBANIC • WALTER 
ORTMAN* HEIDI OSPELT»TIMPAE»SHAUN PALL* SANJAYPARKER»TINAPARKER» JOHN PARSONS* 
CHIRAG PATEL* ERIC PATTERSON • FRANCIS PAVLIC • NEDZAD PELINKAJ • DEBRA PENCE • BARBAA PENN • 
DE SEAN PERKINS • ANGELA PERRY • MATTHEW PETKOVIC • JENNIFER PETRIE • TIMOTHY PHILLIS • LAURA 
PIZMOHT* HEATHER POLO* LAURA PONSART* JAMES POSAVAD* ROBERT POVIRK»TRACYPRESTIGOMO 

• CAMILLE PULLIN • MYRA PURSLEY • TIMOTHY TOBIN • SHIKIRATOLBERT • 
MARINA QUINN • JAMES QUIRARTE • JILL TOMASI • DANNY TOMIC • 
DAVID RADACHY • JOSIP RADOSEVIC • MATTHEW TOMSIC • MICHAEL TOTH • 
KATHLEEN RAFAIL • BRIDGET RAMSAY GEOFFREYTUCKERMAN • PETERTUFT 

• SHADEED RASHID* NICOLE REESE* • RENEE TURNER • JAY TURPIN • 
BRANDYREICHMAN«CINDYRENNER» KRISTIE UGRINIC • MICHAEL URBANIA 
RICKYRENNER 'THOMAS REYNOLDS* • CHRISTINE VALENCIC • AMY VARNER 
SONJA RHONE • H DOUGLAS RICE • • ROBERT VASKO* PETE VEEDMONT III 
OCTAVIUS RICE • BALEE RILEY • • WILLIAM WAGNER • ANTOINETTE 
STEVEN RITCHIE • CYNTHIA RIVERA • WALTON • JOHN WANDERSLEBEN • 
JAMES ROBINSON • RACHELLE PATRICEWARD'MICHAELLEWEBBER* 
ROETHEL • TERRENCE ROSCOE • KRISTEN WEBER • MICHAEL WEBER • 
DONALD ROSS • LENKA RUNZA • JENNIFER WELKER • SHEILA WHEELER 
KENTON RUSACK • MICHELLE • PHIL WIGGINS • MICHELLE WILLIAMS 
RUSSELL • KEVIN RYMARCZYK • HEIDI • NEAL WILLIAMS • NICOLE WILLIAMS • 
SACKO • SANDRA SAMAS • DANNY RASHAWN WILLIAMS • STEPHANIE 
SANKEY • DEBORAH SARPOLIS • WILLIAMS • HOLLY WILSON • REGINA 
MALCOLM SCHNEIDER • KELLY WIMS • BONNIE WINKLEMAN • STACEY 
SCHULTZ • MATTHEW SCHWARTZ • WITT • LORINNE WOLENSKI • TRACI 
SEAN SCOTT • WILLIAM SCOTT • WOOD • ROBERT WYCKOFF • SONYA 
SANDRA SECIC* GREGORY SEDMAK • YATES • SANG PIL YOON • ANGELA 
DAWN SEGINES* THERESA SERAFIN • ZANGHI • WEI ZHANG • ANGELA 
CHARLES SHANTERY • MICHAEL ZINGALE • J GERALD ZOVKO • 
SHECK« MICHAEL SHIPPITKA* JAMES KATHERINE ZSCHUPPE • VERNARD 
SIGH • BETH SILLIA • JANELLE ADAMS • SHERRI ALVIS • MATTHEW 
SIMMONS • CORY SIMS • ANTHONY AMES • FELICIA ANDERSON • 
SIUPINYS • GREGORY SKOK • MARY BERNADETTEAPONTE* RENEEAQUILA 
ANN SKRAB • JENNIFER SLATTERY • • PAUL ARLESIC • BRIAN ASHMAN • 
TRACY SLAYBAUGH* JASON SLEJKO* DENISE ASSEFF • JOSEPH AVCIN • 
DENISE SMITH • RICKY SMITH • GREGORY BACHELOR • MELISSA BALL 
ROBERT SMITH • SOWANNA SMITH • • CHRISTOPHER BARANOWSKI • 
STANLEY SMITH • CHRISTOPHER JENNIFER BARCZA • LUCILLE 
SOBLESKY • EDWARD SPARKS JR • BARTULOVIC • JAMES BATTEIGER • 
DANIEL SPEHAR • JULIANNE SPURR • DAVIDBAUER* JUDITABEDER'FRANK 
ALBIN SRAY • NORMAN STAPLES • ROBERT BELL • NORMAN BERRY • 
BARBARA STEELE* CHRISTINE STEPIC MICHELLE BERZIN • SAULIUS 

• SHAWNA STEVENSON • JENNIFER BERZINSKAS»GEORGEBEVANDA«JOE 
SUBEL»EDDIESUGAR»KELLYSULKA» BEVANDA • CHERYL BILAK • SHARON 
STEVESUSNJARA»SANDYSWANSON» BILLI • LISA BLACK • LAURIE BOCK • 
CHARLES SWEARINGEN • LEE SWOPE • MICHELLE BONNAY* JOSEPH BOROS • 
SHARON SWYT» JEFFREY SYRONEY • AERICA BOTHWELL • MATTHEW 
VICTORIA SZTUL • KEITH TADIELLO • BOUFFARD • LA VERNE BOWDEN • 
ANN TEKAVEC • TIFFANY TEKIELI • CHAD BRACKEN • CHRISTOPHER 
ROBERT TERLIZZI* BRUCE THOMAS* BRENT • BETH BRICKMAN • CRAIG 
JACQUELINE THOMAS • MONICA BRICKMAN • ADAM BROWN • JEFFREY 
THOMAS • MARCELLUS THOMPSON • BROWN • JOHN BROWNE • LORAINE 
NATALIE TIMM • HOWARD TINGLEY • BRUKETA • TRACY BRUNO • JASON 
BRUST • CHRISTIAN BRYANT • JON BUDWAY • PAMELA BUEHNER • RICHARD BUNN • MAYA BURGE • 
SAMUEL BURGESS • JENNIFER BURLISON • TERENCE BUSH • AUDRA BUTKUS • RACHEL CAINE • TONY 
CANZONE -MATTHEW CARPENTER* ROBERT CARSEY* WILLIAM CASTROVINCE* JEANINECASTROVINCI • 

ANTHONY CELESTE • STEPHEN CESAR • DAVID CESNA • MICHAEL CHEBO • MATTHEW CHINCHAR • 

JASON CHINNI • ANTOINETTE CHIUDIONI • WON-KI • CHUN • JOHN CIARLILLO • IVICA CINDRIC • 

ANTHONY CIRINO • MICHAEL CIRINO • CHRISTINE CLARK • DEIDRE CLARK • KIMBERLY 

CLARK* ROBIN CLAY* ELISECLEMENCE»CHINACLEVELAND« DOMINIC COLANTONIO 

• JESSE COLEMAN -KEVIN COLEMAN* ROBERT COMENSCHEK* KEVIN CORBETT 

• YOLANDA CORNELIUS • MIRIAM COUCH • CHRISTINE COULTER • JAMIE 

COX • CYNTHIA CRAMER • MARC CREACH • ROGER CROMBIE • ERIC 

CROWLEY* JEFFREYCUDO»ROBERTCURTIS»TAMMYCURTIS» 

HEATH CUSTER • SCOTT DANNA • KATHLEEN DAVIS • 



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EUCLIDIAN 






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Hail to thee, O Euclid High School Where the blue of Erie's waters 

Fo thy name all praise we sing. Casts the sun's bright golden rays, 

Happy days of youthful pleasure, There all Euclid's sons and daughters 

.earning, living, life so dear. Sing the joys of student days. 

Dur hearts fill with gratitude If after days be dark and drear, 

= or all that is to be; And storms of life draw nigh 

\ima Mater Euclid High School, The memories of our friendships here 

Ml our praise we sing to thee. Will lift our hearts to Euclid High. 





HAPPY 40th ANNIVERSARY 

Euclid High School 

7 I I East 222r»d Street 
Euclid. Ohio 44123 

Volume 41 



"Lordy, Lordy, Euclid's 401!" 

39-90 marks 4 decades of excellent education 




s the 1990's were ushered in, 



Football! 

Ashtabula 

vs 

Euclid 

Shore Field 
Friday Might 

Sept, 16tti~8t15 PJV\< 



_ __ it's 40th birthday. On Septem- 
ber 7, 1949 Euclid opened it's doors 
to begin its excellent education. As 
you may tell from the newspaper clip- 
pings, the building's initial reviews 
were mixed like cake batter. Citizen 
"inspectors" hailed at it's beauty, 
but much like the usual freshman, 
they complained about how big it 
was and how easy it was to get lost in 
it. The building began in the basic 
"E" shape when it opened. However, 
as the enrollment increased the E- 
Room and cross corridor were added 
and in 1969-70, the boy's gym, boy's 
pool, indoor track, little theater, and 
planetarium were added. With the 
first 4 decades behind it, here's a 
toast to another 40 years of 
excellence. 

-Bill Castrovince 



3,000 Inspect 
New High School 
Find It Okeh 

"Wonderful, splendid, gor- 
geous, out of this world" — and 
thousands of other adjectives 
were heard as some 8,000 or 
more citizens strolled through 
the massive new Euclid Consoli- 
dated senior high school Tues- 
day night at an "Open House 
Inspection". 

Except for a few classrooms, 
the swimming pool and gymna- 
sium, most of the new structure 
was open to the public. 

Among the alumni set, one of 
the most frequent expressions 
heard was "gosh, we never had 
anything like this — wish I was 



Theme 



The way the crowd acted, the 
most popular section of the 
building was the swimming 
pool, as a steady stream of hu- 
manity peeked in at something 
entirely new in Euclid. 

Besides the many words of 
praise there were complaints. 
And the biaaest beef was the 



lack of maps or guides. Getting 
lost in the structure was no 
problem at all. 

There are a few odds and ends 
that remain before the building 
is fully completed. At least an- 
other month's work or more is 
exnerted in the auditorium be- 



fore it is available for programs. 

The feminine set was especial- 
ly attracted to the home eco- 
nomics department and the well 
equipped kitchen of the school 
cafeteria. 

The school, without a doubt, 
is super-colossal and now it's up 
to the students to keep it look- 
ing ship-shape. 

According to Superintendent 
of Schools, Russell H. Erwine, 
an official dedication program 
will be held sometime in Octo- 
ber when every nook and corner 
of the school is fully completed. 




uclid playing Massilon-Jackson on September 8, 1989 which was 
Imost exactly forty years after it opened on September 7, 1949. 




Many School 
Officials Visit 
Maw Ml School 



On Friday, April 29th Superin- 
tendent Donald G. Somers, of 
Zanesville, brought a delegation 
of twelve members of his high 
school staff to Euclid to inspect 
the new senior high school. He 
was accompanied by Franklin R. 
Outcalt, of Outcalt, Gunther and 
Associates, who are architects 
for the Zanesville Board of Edu- 
cation. The teachers accompa- 
nying Superintendent Somers 
were the heads of departments 
in English, Social Science, Phys- 
ical Science, Industrial Arts and 
Household Arts. As they in- 
spected the building they made 



detailed notes to assist them in 
drawing up their own recom- 
mendations to the architects 
employed by the Zanesville 
Board. 

Earlier in the week the build- 
ing was inspected by a number 
of superintendents from the 
larger suburbs. Superintendent 
Frank Wiley, of Cleveland 
Heights; Superintendent Wil- 
liam Slade, Jr., of Shaker 
Heights; Dr. O. J. Korb, of East 
Cleveland; Superintendent Mar- 
tin Essex, of Lakewood and Su- 
perintendent Thoburn Davis, of 
Rocky River. On this inspection 
tour the suburban superinten- 
dents were accompanied by Ar- 
chitect Harry Fulton and Asso- 
ciate Architect Ben Krinsky, as 
well as Mr. Frank Mills. Business 
Manager of the Euclid Board and 
Superintendent R. H. Erwine. 

Theme -- 



Parents Protest As 
Pupils Are Shifted; 
Enrollment Higher 



Euclid's six school buildings and three supplementary 
schools were crowded to capacity on opening day Wednesday. 
Enrollment the first day was 6,251 against 6,134 a year ago. 

One of the big surprises was a drop of 28 in the Senior High 
School enrollment, but this is exoected to be overcome within 
a few days. Last year on the first day there 208 pupils com- 
pared to 570 Wednesday. 

The number of kindergarten pupils also dropped 88, from 
876 last year to 798. 

Increases were in grades one to six, from 3178 to 3278, and 
in grades seven to nine 1073 to 1205. 

A great many pupil shifts were necessitated this year to take 
advantage of additional space at Central and Shore due to the 
opening of the Senior High School. 

Sixth grades from Noble have been shifted to Central and 
Shore. Sixth grades from Roosevelt have been sent to Central. 
The sixth grade and one Fifth grade from Upson have been 
shifted to Central. 

Some Upson parents think Central is a long way-and a bus 
transfer- for the Fifth graders but it is believed it will work out 
satisfactorily. The Board of Education will have to provide 
transportation for pupils sent more than two miles from their 
homes. 

Superintendent Erwine said late Wednesday that he is study- 
ing this Fifth grade shift and he will send them back to their 
own school district if found possible after things settle down. 

As was the case last year supplementary classes have been 
opened in three non-school buildings. A church on East 260th 
St. near Upson School houses a kindergarten; and a communi- 
ty building in Lake Shore Village and Euclid Homes houses 
both kindergarten and first grades. 

These additional facilities 

; were welcomed last year by par- 

ssist them in ents as tnev provided school fa- 

own recom- cilities for the youngsters close 

e architects to their homes. 

Zanesville Indications are that there will 

be considerable increases in the 
sk the build- enrollment before the end of the 

jy a number year as there wi „ be a )arge 

ts from the number of homes and apart- 

penntendent ments completed in various 

Cleveland parts of EuC ]jd before that then, 

endent Wil- For corn p ar j son here is this 

of Shaker year's and last year's enroll- 

iorb, of East ment buildin g S; 
tendent Mar- 
ood and Su- 

irn Davis, of Central 1407 1062 

is inspection Shore "87 1630 

superinten- " oble ■• ••■ "J J72 

anted by Ar- Roosevelt 1007 860 

nandAsso- "P so " . • • ■ ■ 941 864 

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At Euclid High School, 
students had the op- 
portunity to enjoy a va- 
riety of activities. During the 
school day, students attend- 
ed class conducted by our ex- 
cellent faculty. After school, 
many participated in extra- 
curricular activities such as 
clubs, sports and other orga- 
nizations which added to the 
excitement of high school 
life. Life at Euclid High School 
was a rewarding experience. 
-Sharon Swyt 




Juliana Johann living life American style. 



Robert Smith living life in the fast lane. 




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Deliska Mc Ghee being escorted by Terry 
Roscoe at the Homecoming candidate 
assembly. 



Anthony Terlizzi, Peter Swyt and Leslie Cercek studying for the good life. 



Student Life Divider 




Air Force band entertaining the student 
body. 



Students cheering football team at a pep rally. 




Sonia Cencic typing away in computer class. 



Students enjoying one of the many dances at Euclid. 




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Students serious about their fire drill. 




Jim Sigh and his date getting their picture tak- 
en at the dance. 



Student Life Divider 



Out Gcilcirrt Blue & Gold 

School spirit runs amuck in Euclid 




Nate Young shows off his spirit jacket. 

Go Panthers!! Euclid cheerleaders weren't 
the only ones screaming out words like 
these. Our teachers and other students 
showed panther pride too! During our football 
season and throughout the year, blue and gold 
was omnipresent. Our halls were filled with spirit! 
Signs, buttons, clothing, hats, pom-poms were 
just a few things which showed off the Panther 
pride. 

-Lorena Orbanic 




Cheerleaders promote Mestle s candy bar. 




Marching band plays to the crowd. 




Homecoming is always a time to show spirit. 



Football team helps the cheerleaders show their spirit. 



Spirit 




Karen Gostomski, Cindy Jerele, Chris Kucaric, Sheri Geisweidt, and Chris Clark pull 
thier spirit together. 



Adrienne Edwards, Marlene Hribar, and Karmen 
Knez looking for spirit in a different direction. 




Varsity Chorale singing thier spirit before a game. 



Spirit wear is popular with Euclid students. 



Spirit 



Our Second Hand Horns 



A lavish look at the lockers of Euclid 




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Karin Faletic's heartthrob locker. 



Lots of signs in Paula Dobransky's 
locker. 




The standard "teen idol'' furnishings of LeeAnn 
Dobucki. 



Erin Fox and Chris Schaefer use the locker buddy 
system. 




Lockers 



Katie Juhl's plethora of pictures. 




Does Euclid have future interior 
decorators on its hands? 
Could be. 
During the course of the year, Eu- 
clid students spend a tremendous 
amount of time at their lockers. To 
spruce up their drab metal boxes, 
many decorate them with magazine 
cut-outs, posters and other memora- 
bilia. These colorful objects seem to 
create a more relaxed environment 
and add a personal touch to their 
"home away from home" 

-Sharon Swyt 



"A locker in the making" by 
Sharon Swyt. 




Lockermates Brandy Reichman and Lau- 
ra Montagner. 




Hope Schmidt doesn't seem to be embarassed by 
her locker. 





Heather Pall's hippie locker. 



Lockers 




Christine Carlton seems to be 
content with her locker. 



Football Machine Rolls 

Team crushes North to begin successful weekends 



, he Homecoming festivities be- 
gan on October "6,1989, with 
,. the introduction of the candi- 
dates for the Homecoming court. 
Though it was cloudy, the only wash- 
out at the game was the Panthers' 56- 
21 victory over visiting North. Robert 
Smith led the statistics with six 
touchdowns and 303 yards. Also 
scoring in the first half for the Pan- 
thers was Ricky Smith. North man- 
aged only two first-half and one sec- 
ond-half touchdowns against the 
awesome Panther defense despite an 
onside kick early in the game that 
led, alas, poor North, to no Ranger 
points. Patrice Ward put the icing on 
the cake with a third quarter touch- 
down. The Homecoming court was 
announced at half-time by Student 
Council President Lee Swope and 
Vice Presidents Sharon Billi and Beth 
Brickman. After the game's end May- 
or Lynch talked to the fans and Mr. 
Antonini introduced the inductees to 
the high school's sports hall of fame. 
The evening's festivities ended with a 
fireworks display. The great victory 
put everyone in a great mood to en- 
joy the dance the next night. 

-Shannon Kelly 











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Flayers waiting around on the sidelines. 



Kevin 'Gaines' yards around right end. 



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Players showing the beginning of the fourth 
quarter. 



...but it was Robert Smith who scored six 
touchdowns in the first half. 




Cheerleaders brought enthusiasm to the game. 



Mr. Antonini and Mayor Lynch announced the inductees into the Euclid 
Sports Mall of fame after the Homecoming game. 



Homecoming 



The fireworks after the 
game were exciting. 



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Robert Smith and Shannon Smith coming off the field after 
one of Robert's touchdowns. 




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The Marching Band performed their usual enjoyable 
routine. 



Homecoming court, Coleen Bradach. Jennifer Dudziak, Pam Little, Queen Toni Chiu- 
dioni and Angie Collins. 



Homecoming 



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Dancing the night away. 




A live band supplied the music. 




Deidre Clark and Marquetta Wylie compare 
heights. 



Homecoming 



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The Homecoming Queen and her court. 



Student Council once 
again created a special 
evening for our students 
as the Homecoming dance was 
held on October 7. About 400 
couples spent the evening with 
close friends or that special 
someone. The balloons and col- 
orful decorations that filled the 
E-room proved that "All that 
Glittered" was indeed "Blue 
and Gold." Reigning over the 
dance was sophmore attendant 
Angie Collins and the Junior at- 
tendant was Coleen Bradach. 
The first runner-up for Queen 
was Jennifer Dudziak while the 
second runner-up was Pam Lit- 
tle and our 1989 Homecoming 
Queen was Toni Chiudioni. The 
music for the dance was provid- 
ed by a live band playing many 
of the popular songs we all 
knew. The students attending 
this year's Homecoming all 
seemed to agree the evening 
was a huge success I 

-Carla Matiaska 




Stephanie Smolic and her date, Jim Quirarte and Mi- 
chelle Newcomb seem to be having a lot of fun. 



The refreshments wre especially 
enjoyable. 

Homecoming 



De Vonna Mauldin, Vakeeta Sim- 
mons and Kristana Walden lounging 
around at the dance. 



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Fright Night 

Ghosts cmd goblins rule the night 



ook... ghosts, Freddy Kruger, 
f witches and even Batman! It 
must have been Halloweenl 
These were only a few of the interest- 
ing and exciting costumes. Even the 
teachers dressed up and had fun. The 
Halloween dance held for Euclid High 
Students was a thriller too. 

Student Council held a Halloween 
party for all the little kiddie goblins, 
ghosts, fairies and monsters of Eu- 
clid. They had lots of fun of course 
and enjoyed a variety of treats. 

-Lorena Orbanic 



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Halloween 



Halloween dance showed many creative costumes 





Students use costumes to express themselves 




Halloween 



So Hip, So Hot 

Euclid students strut \hhh stuff 



During the 89-90 school 
year, fads and fashions 
did not seem to have 
changed very much. We wore 
sweaters, sweatshirts, jeans, 
baggie pants, t-shirts and long 
skirts. College wear also 
seemed to have been worn by 
many this year. Decorative 
crests made a popular entrance 
this year on shirts, shoes and 
sweaters this year. Some wore 
what they liked and felt comfort- 
able in while others wore what 
was socially acceptable to 
friends. 

Hairstyles seemed to also re- 
main the same. The guys had 
short hair, spiked and even long 
hair. For the girls, though the 
straight look seemed to have 
come back in, but some kept the 
wavey and curly look. 

But all-in-all, fads and fash- 
ions did not take a drastic turn. 
-Chris Clark 




Donaze Chatman and La Shon Beideleman are 
lookin' live. 



Michelle Berzin in her "Hard Rock' 
duds. 



Lee Swope showing the college 
look. 





British fashions by Missy Rocco and Kim 
Mikich. 




Angela Hol- 
lis goes for 
the tie dye, 
but Jeanne 
Duvall pre- 
fers jet 
black. 



Matt Schwartz sportin' the summer 
look. 



Fad and Fashion 



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Earning Money 

Many Euclid students find a job is a necessity 




Ron Parsons and Debi Isgro waiting to help Matt Fetkovic keeping the shelves 

someone. stocked. 




"Check Out" Debi Fence and Chris Kucaric. 



Probably the most impor- 
tant question for students 
this year was," Where can 
I get some money?" Well, if you 
can go to Mommy or Daddy for 
money everytime you need it, 
you would have no problem. But 
for the large majority, you might 
have to take your lazy butt away 
from the television and get a 
job!! 

Many students at Euclid had a 
job to earn some extra money 
for college or to spend. Most 
worked at Dave's, Bernie Shul- 
man's, the mall or a variety of 
other places. By students hav- 
ing a job, they learned some re- 
sponsibility and the value of a 
dollar. There was, of course, one 
small problem encountered by 
the students- Mommy and Dad- 
dy cut them off and they never 
saw another cent from them. 

I hope that this lesson has 
helped you in your decision to 
work. If you are working now, 
good luckl If not and you're 
looking, happy huntingl 

-Cindy Jerele 




"This thing ate my quar- 
ter" says Doug Uchbar. 



Elizabeth Noyes, Robert Erb, and Cindy Jerele enjoy their work. 
Student Jobs 



17 



Victorian Val^nHrr* 

Over 600 couples attended 
Student Council's annual Valentine Ball 



It was a night of dinner, dancing 
and dapper individuals. "Victori- 
an Valentine" was the theme for 
the evening's festivities on February 
10, 1990-more widely known as Val- 
entine's Ball or Winterfest. Once 
again, lovingly planned by Student 
Council, the annual semi-formal 
dance was an enjoyable time for ail- 
so long as their dates didn't dump 
them at the end of the evening. 

And what would Winterfest be with- 
out its royalty? The omnipresent 
Court Dance crowned Angela Perry 
the Winterfest Queen and Brendan 
Kelley the Winterfest King. Laura 
Montagner, Tammy Curtis and Chris 
Valencic comprised the Attendants 
circle while John Little, Bill Castro- 
vince and Eric Kuhen were named the 
runners up for King. 

When it was all over and done, ev- 
erybody said their goodbyes, took 
their pictures, and collected their 
souvenir pot-pourri. The night went 
well for all, but the dance sent every- 
one scrounging for money the next 
day to buy gifts for Valentine's Day 
four days later. 

-Bill Castrovince 



first runner-up for Queen, Laura Montagner and her 
date Greg Brokaw, second runner-up Tammy Curtis 
and her date Ron Chandler and third runner-up, 
Chris Valencic and her date Jim Quirarte. 



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Valentine's Ball Queen, Angela Perry. 



Valentine's Ball 






Valentine's Ball King, Brendan Kelley 




Everyone had a pleasurable time looking at the decorations. 



First runner-up for King, John Little and his date Cynthia 
Focareto. 




Valentine's Ball 



19 




Emily Smayda hopes activities haven't made Ke- Bill Casatrovince says his activities Student Council has Vice-President Beth Brick- 
vin Vance a madman. "haven't made a bear out of me". man high strung. 




The Polident Smile Club? 



April Lang and Rogelene Castro-fabu- 
lous football aides. 



Jenny Spada flips for activities. 



Activity Divider 



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A candid, bird's eye view of Varsity Chorale. 




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riting to running, student 
government to starring 
roles, activities play a ma- 
jor role in high school life. 
Whether an escape from school 
work or a hobby, anyone can 
find his/her niche in the many 
activities available here at Eu- 
clid. Extracurriculars give a stu- 
dent an identity apart from the 
generic adolescent who spends 
his/her evenings munching on 
stale tortilla chips while memo- 
rizing every episode of "Sanford 
and Son" in order. The active 
person gets satisfaction from 
his/her work when the final 
product is achieved; for exam- 
ple, the very book you are read- 
ing right now. Activities prepare 
you for life while meeting peo- 
ple you have things in common 
with. So find your walk of life by 
choosing an activity stroller so 
someday you can strut in 
success. 

-Bill Castrovince 



Leeann Dobucki and Lorena Orbanic 
slave over the yearbook computer. 



The flag Corps Strut. 



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Theresa Oden. Rachael Hayes, Debbie Long, 

Anthony Cirino and Bill Castrovince in Turn studmen Jim Batteiger and Eric Kuhen in 

Senior Talent Might. 



Back the Clock ". 



Shaun Fall takes his drums seriously. 



Activities Divider 



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Under Haw Direction 

Marching Band enters new era with new director 



■*■* his year, under the new di- 
I rection of Mr. Stephen Al- 
spaugh, the marching 
band really went places. For in- 
stance, they travelled to Vermil- 
lion, Ohio for their annual Woo- 
lybear festival where they 
received a trophy. They also 
went to the Bay Village Band 
Festival where they received 
high marks. Eculid also hosted 
the G.C.C. band festival for the 
bands around Greater Cleve- 
land. The band played during 
the halftime ceremonies at all of 
Euclid's regular football games 
and also during the two playoff 
games with Shaw and St. Igna- 
tius. Before the St. Ignatius 
game they also played for the 
Baldwin Wallace vs. John Caroll 
football game. The marching 
band season ended with an ap- 
pearance in the Cleveland 
Christmas Parade. 

-Jennifer Dietz 




Marching Band Squad Leaders, Row one: Kim Taint, Molly Miller, Matt McPeek, Denise Moore, 
Mark Tomsic, Sheri Qezann, Michele Lynn, Michelle Voll, Kathleen Davis. Row two: Tom Reyn- 
olds, Paulnetta Wilcox, Jeff Kropf, Gunnard Doboze, Dan Frattin, Dave Bauer, Nate Holloway, 
Deliska McGhee. 



Field commanders, LaTesha Smith and Greg 
Skok. 




Some of the band getting together for some Tom Reynolds doing a solo during one of the 
music. shows. 




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Marching Band 




Marching Band, Row one: Jennifer Beck, Jim Kosmerl, Mark Taylor, Joe Cesa, Cathy Davis, Shaun Pall, Denise Johnson, Darryl Badley, 
Valena Maddox, Matt McPeek, Gary LaTour, Chris Bryant, Lisa Riedel. Row two: Denise Riedel, Sheri Gezann, Teresa Penny, Kim Faint, Maria 
D'Amico, Mosadirra Garner, John Dengel, Joanne Zakrajsek, Molly Miller, Michele Lynn, Tiffany Bridges, Mike Witczak, Jennifer Graydon, 
Kenny Rose, Joyce Ashman, Windi Wojdak. Row three: Michelle Plevelich, Mark Macleod, Nicole Crawford, Michelle Voll, Monique Hayes, 
Darryl Lausche, Denise Moore, Paulnetta Wilcox, Regina Wims, Keith Scheurman, Missy Gammon, Lisa Moster, April Haynes, Ellen 
Mansperger, Charles Nichols. Row four: Maureen tlannan. Shannon Christen, Peter Swyt, Deliska McGhee, Shanon Ramsey, Brian Macleod, 
Gunnard Doboze, Eric Carlson, John Kobe, Mark Tomsic, Jenny Wolchko, Toni Yafanaro, Stacey Brown. Row five: Christine Zivnoska, Brian 
Sterrick, Mate Holloway, John Dombrowski, Dan Burke, Mike Cating, Dave Bauer, Jeff Kropf, Dan frattin, Marcus Hutton, Dave Cupar, Eric 
Swanson, Jae Amos, Andy Logar, Tom Reynolds. Row six: April Luikart, Lesley Hamilton, Angie Popp, Shelley Tobias, Nikki Lott, Denise 
Denovich, Kathy Glenn, Jennifer Krasnik, Valencia Woods, Patti Mogyorody, Tammy Curtis, Thomika Anderson. Row seven: Greg Skok, 
LaTesha Smith. 





Band Director, Mr. Alspaugh joins in on the festivities on the field. 




Ir. Alspaugh and LaTesha Smith directing the band. 



Performing on the field during halftime. 



Marching Band 



23 



Marching ciricl Twirling 

Majorette routines had a lot of kicking and marching 



~*f his year's Majorettes were 
I led by co-captains Lisa Rie- 
del and Jennifer Beck. 
They performed during the foot- 
ball and basketball season. 
They also led the band in pa- 
rades and also participated in 
the Wooleybear festival in Ver- 
million. This charming group 
was made up of seven lovely la- 
dies who were devoted in every 
way. The girls did their job well, 
spinning their batons and show- 
ing off their new uniforms. 

-Sharon Swyt 




Majorettes, Row one: Michelle Plevelich, Denise Riedel, Stacey Brown. Row two: Christine Ziv- 
noska, Jennifer Beck, Lisa Reidel, Windi Wojdak. 



Lisa Riedel, Windi Wojdak, 
Michelle Plevelich and Den- 
ise Riedel strutting with the 
band. 



Having fun in the rain from 
Hurricane Hugo during the 
Brush game. 




The Majorettes and flag Corps during halftime. 



Majorettes 



24 



tots Of flag Waving 

Flag corps adds color to inarching bard routine 




Flag Corps, Row one: Jennifer Krasnik, Cathy Glenn. Row two: Lesley Hamilton, Patty Mogyorody, 
Angie Fopp, Tammy Curtis, Thomika Anderson. Row three: Shelley Tobias, Nikki Lott, Denise 
Denovich, Valencia Woods, April Luikart. 



fk ecause Flag Corps had only 
K ten out of a necessary thir- 
teen members, the cap- 
tains Jennifer Krasnik and Cathy 
Glenn had to work hard to 
achieve a good squad. Everyone 
worked hard and as a result they 
grew closer together. This sea- 
son included performances at 
the Bay Village band festival and 
the marching band contest in 
Sandusky. They marched at the 
Woolybear Parade in Vermillion 
and the Cleveland Christmas Pa- 
rade downtown. They also per- 
formed at the two basketball 
games in their post season. 




The Flag Corps routines consisted of synchronized movements of the 
flags and dances with the marching band and the majorettes. 



Ftag Corps 



25 



The Bast Of Bcmd Music 




ymphoiric Bard produce high teval sounds 




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Symphonic Band, Row one: Craig Murowsky, Chris Bryant, Matt McPeek, Joe Cesa. Row two:Kim raint, 
Maureen Hannan, Sheri Gazann, Molly Miller, Qunnard Doboze, Kelly Hodder, Jenny Dietz, Kathie Davis. 
Row three: Caroline Holland, Greg Bauer, Mike Witczak, Julie Montagner, Jeff Kropf, Dan Frattin. Row four: 
Kirk Isreal, Erick Swanson, Dan Burke, Dave Bauer, Tom Reynolds, Greg Skok, Mark Tomsic, Jennie 
Ayers. 



ymphonic Band by definition 
were the elite players. To get 
in, students had to try out. It 
numbered less than half of the con- 
cert band and didn't have as many 
different instruments but they still 
produced a full sound. There was al- 
ways the possibility of being chal- 
lenged so once a student got in that 
didn't mean they would be there per- 
manently. Trips were planned to the 
middle schools and the elementary 
schools as well as some Catholic 
schools. The students gained a lot of 
respect and appreciation for music 
that would help them in future years. 

-Jenny Dietz 




Ms. Hollowell probably wishes 
she could use some of this tal- 
ent in her orchestra. 



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Lisa Gavin, Mike DiBartolomeo and Mariana Zdrilic relaxing 
during practice. 



Symphonic Band 



Developing Musicians 

Zoncsrt Band allows students to develop musical 
atents 





Concert Band, Row one: Jim Kosmerl, Gary La Tour, Ken Kilgore, Rashawn Jernigan, Daryl Badley. Row two: Michelle Lynn, Lisa Gavin, 
Melissa Willingham, Jenny Graydon, Shannon Christen, Theresa Fenny, Jenny Wolchko, Lauren Scheurman, Marianne Zdrilic, Denise Moore, 
Shannon Ramsey, Alana Haynes, Joanne Zakrajsek. Row three: Marcus Mutton, John Dombrowski, Lynda Knistautas, Josh Boncha, Toni 
Yafanaro, Ken Rose, Charles Nichols, Davey Cupar, Keith Scheurman, Nicole Crawford, Michelle Voll, Maria D Amico, Joyce Ashman, Andy 
Newsome, Deliska McGhee, Mosadi Rra Garner. Row four: Rhoan Wallace, Mark Taylor, David Coleman, Brian Macloud, Eric Carlson, Mike 
DiBartolomeo, John Dengel, Darrell Lausche, John Colby, Peter Swyt, Joe Amos, Ellen Mansperger, Shawn Fall. 





After the football season came to a close, 
some of the members of Marching Band 
joined the Concert Band. 
The Concert Band, directed by Mr. Stephen Al- 
spaugh, gave its members the chance to learn 
and improve their musical skills by practicing dai- 
ly and performing in the two annual concerts held 
just before winter break and in the spring. 

As usual, the Concert Band got off to a shaky 
start, but with work and practice, the musicians 
were able to get closer to attaining a position in 
the Symphonic Wind Ensemble. 



Denise Moore and Mark Taylor waiting for class to begin. 



Concert Band 



Mush To Your Ears 

Orchestra ploys up to its talent 



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euphonius harmonic sound pen- 
etrates the auditorium. 

The light shines on the instru- 
mentalists holding the stage. 

The orchestra captures the eyes of the 
intent beholders. 

First come the strings who carry the 
character as mellowness of orchestral 
sounds into a unified melody. The vio- 
lins sing with silver toned high notes ac- 
companied by the low strums of a cello. 

The woodwinds follow along with the 
strings in moving the tones with flutes, 
clarinets, and oboes. 

Brass stands there behind with trum- 
pets to declare the execution of a score. 

Let us not forget the percussion who 
beat, twang, and bop their voice into the 
movement. 

All harmonize together with the direc- 
tor, Miss Hollowell, in exercising the 
songs. Whether is be concerts or pop the 
orchestra (band of misfits) pulls togeth- 
er for a performance the audience can 
never forget. 

-Amy Ransdell 



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Kim Taylor, Carol Morgan-Brown, Barb Steele and Heather Pall: London Philharmonic material? 



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Orchestra, Row one: Joe Cesa, Barb Steele, Amanda Rowe, Kimberly Taylor, Carol Morgan- 
Brown, Heather Pall, Tom Kermode. Row two: Kathy Davis, Nelleea S Smith, Ericka Head, 
Olympia Christides, Amy Ransdell, Andrew Sadler, Mike Riha. Row three: Sheri Gezann, Molly 
Miller, Kelly Hodder, Jenny Ayers, Kimberly Miller, Jonasis Smith. Row four: Kirk Israel, Tom 
Reynolds, Chris Bryant, Eric Swanson, Dave Bauer. 




Euclid's Sound of Music. 



Orchestra takes five while Joe Cesa regurgitates. 
Orchestra 



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222 Street Jci*> 



The \ozz sound has new name for 89* 90 




The Jazz Band in full swing, no pun intended. 



A darkened stage. Complete 
and utter silence. Tension so 
thick you could cut it with a 
chainsaw. Suddenly, light stabs 
through the darksness like a low bud- 
get slasher film. A voice booms 
across the entire auditorium: "La- 
dies and Gentlemen. Two Twenty 
Second. . .Street. . .Jazz!" Thus be- 
gins another amazing performance 
by Euclid High's one and only Jazz 
Band! 



This year was an exhilirating year 
for 222 Street Jazz. Under the guid- 
ance of Mr. Stephen Alspaugh (Mr. A 
to all his students) the band went 
through a name change (formerly 
'The Euclid High Stage Band"), a 
uniform change (to a funkier, more 
casual look), and a 180 degree turn- 
around in music. While in previous 
years the band was known for older 
Big Band classics, this year's 222 
Street Jazz was breaking new ground 



Jazz Band, Row one: Tom Reynolds, Christian Bryant, Dave 
Cupar. Row two: Jeff Kropf, Mike Witczak, Gunnard Doboze, 
Greg Skok, Erick Swanson. Row three: Mark Tomsic, Dave 
Bauer, Fete Swyt, Dan Frattin, Mike DiBartolomeo. Row four: 
Kirk Israel. 

with contemporary, soon-to-be-well- 
known, more modern pieces. A tour 
of West Virginia occurred in the 
spring (ranking up there with the 
Rolling Stone's "Steel Wheels" 
tour). With a little luck and a lot of 
hard work, 222 Street Jazz will be on 
the forefront of modern jazz for a 
long, long time. 

-Kirk Israel 




Mr. Alspaugh leads the charge of the note brigade. 



Swinging to the sounds of the Jazz Band at a basketball game. 



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Singing Together 

Raising voices on high 



Choral Masters was made up of 
55 to 65 students who met ev- 
eryday first period in the Cho- 
ral Room. In order to become a part 
of Choral Masters, students had to be 
chosen from the Mixed Chorus, an 
introduction to choir and the world of 
singing. 

Choral Masters performed two con- 
certs during the school year, one in 
the winter near Christmas and anoth- 
er in the spring. The members put 
their full effort into these concerts in 
hopes of creating very entertaining 
shows. All enjoyed themselves and 
felt proud to be a part of that group. 

Choral Masters was taught by Mr. 
Newell who took over for Mr. Godfrey 
after he left at the end of last school 



year. 



-Mirta Maria 




Choral Masters performing the seasonal concert. 




Choral Masters, Row one: Mr. Newell. Row two: Fam Little, Fam Humppi, Mirta Maria, Bridget 
Burich, Wendy Wang, Michelle Randolph, Wendy Harris. Row three: Michelle Reed, Robin Hunt, 
Sonya Jones, Jennifer Mason, Debbie Long, Caroline Holland, Holly Firsig, Stephen Wise, Mike 
Riha, John Burich, Todd Shuskey, Chris Morton. Row 4: Stacy Wallette, Karin Esch, Laurie Bock, 
Wendy Bydash, Jill Enneper, Larry Piosse, Vernard Adams, Jeff Syroney, Joel Eckert. Row 5: Hope 
Robinson, Karrie Waltermire, Kim Doles, Gina Juengel, Sheri Qezann, Dianne Baird, Jennifer 
Welker, Mike Karabinus, Robert Schmeling, Jason Goodman, Chad Highland, Scott Carney, Jeff 
Kaleal, Juan Williams. 



Mixed Chorus/Choral Masters 



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Euclid's Show Choir 

Varsity Chorale singing and dancing 



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Varsity Chorale, Row one: Jennifer Mason, Mr. Newell. Row two: Qina Juengel, Sheri 
Gezann, JeffSyroney, Caroline Holland, Bridget Burich, Chris Morton, Mike Karabinus, 
Robin Hunt, Todd Shuskey. Row three: Jenny Welker, Jason Goodman, Joel Eckert, 
Dianne Baird. Debbie Long, Jill Enneper, Holly Firsig. Row four: Chad Highland, Kim 
Doles, Jeff Kaleal.Mot pictured: Bob Schmeling. 




Through the years Euclid's Var- 
sity Chorale has been directed 
by Mr. Godfrey. But now 
thanks to Mr. Godfrey's departure, 
the new director, Mr. Paul Newell got 
his chance to shine in the spotlight. 
Mr. Newell is a talented singer and 
teaches the kids the right note. 

This past year Varsity Chorale, VC, 
consists of 13 girls and 10 guys. The 
officers for this past year: President - 
Jenny Mason, Vice-President - Jeff 
Syroney, Secretary - Jill Enneper, and 
Treasurer - Jason Goodman. 

Varsity Chorale each year goes on 
a trip across the country, Canada, or 
even Europe. Usually they compete 
with other choirs and they perform at 
numerous other places along with 
way. Mostly, these trips are one week 
right after Spring Break. New Or- 
leans, New York, and Disneyworld 
are some of the places they go to. 
This year they went Toronto but did 
not compete, they just performed. 
Also VC performs across the city and 
the suburbs. 

Even though the trips are fun and 
the performances are great it all 
takes a lot of pratice. Every Monday 
night and sometimes after school 
there is practice. It takes a lot of pra- 
cite and preparation. So if you want 
to be entertained come down and see 
Euclid's Varsity Chorale. 

-Jeff Kaleal 



The Varsity Chorale members practicing their routines. 



Varsity Chorale 



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Jornp And Shout 

Football cta*arl%>cidt*r3 kasp the spirit up 



rheerleading was one of the most exciting 
sports to get involved in. There were so many 
things to do as a cheerleader. 

First of all, you had to try out for cheerleading. 
There could be more than 40 girls trying out. There 
was a lot of competition. Judges looked for neat- 
ness, loudness, stiffness, and of course lots of 
smiles. 

After tryouts, they got to meet the other girls on 
the squad. Usually there were 10 to 12 girls. 

Then there was practice. Some practices lasted 
about 1 to 2 hours. At practice they learned cheers 
and chants. They were also taught a dance routine. 
Most cheerleading squads had dance routines. 

The most exciting part of cheerleading was going 
to camp. At canp, they learned up to 10 cheers and 
clants. They got to meet a lot of other cheerleaders 
from other schools. All together they spend about 
$120.00 each on camp but all in all it was worth all 
the money. 

Mrs. Yuhas was the Varsity Cheerleading coach 
and Joanne Kozalo was the J.V. coach. Jennifer Dud- 
ziak was the Varsity captian while Bridgette Negrelli 
was the co-captian. 

-Jeanette Miller 




Freshmen Football Cheerleaders, Row one: Lisa Aspinwall, Jolie Ne- 
grelli, Connie Kadras. Row two: Lisa Gavin, Jenny Dineen, Laura Nickell, 
Dawn Jerele. 




Varsity Football Cheerleaders, Row one: Maya Burge. Row two: Chris 
Valencic, Jennifer Dudziak, Bridget Negrelli, Jennifer Masley. Row 
three: Brandy Nickell, Fatty Burke, Meghan Taylor, Shawn Orazen, Sta- 
cie Yuhas. Row four: Coach Karen Yuhas. 




Junior Varsity Football Cheerleaders, Row one: Holly Scott. Row two: 
Kim Ritz, Carol Morgan-Brown, Christen Fogarty, Kristen Gajowski. Row 
three: Deliska McGhee, Meghan Gorman, Mary McNamara, Kristen Go- 
linar, Irene Dejak. Not pictured: Candi Lukat, Janelle Groves. 



Getting ready for the kick-off. 




Football Cheerleaders 



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Cheering On The Roundbcillers 

Basketball cheerleaders do much to sparX. the team 





Varsity Cheerleaders, Row one: Brandy Nickell, Chris Valencic, Jeanette Miller, 
Shawn Orazen. Row two: Stacie Yuhas, Jennifer Dudziak, Debbie Isgro, Jennifer 
Masley, Meghan Taylor. Not pictured: Bridget Negrelli, Coach: Karen Yuhas. 



Basketball season was the most 
exciting season for the cheer- 
leaders since it was the long- 
est. There were approximately twen- 
ty-one games that the girls cheered 
at. 

Cheering for basketball was very 
enjoyable since the games were in- 
side and the girls did not have to wor- 
ry about the weather. There was an 
opportunity to visit a wide variety of 
schools. 

The games did not last very long 
since there were only eight minute 
quarters. Unfortunately, there was 
usually a Varsity and a J.V. game 
played one after another and the 
cheerleaders were usually there for 
both so the nights were long. 

The girls practiced one day a week 
for about two hours after school. The 
Varsity was coached by Karen Yuhas. 
The Captain was Chris Valencic and 
the co-captain was Jennifer Masley. 
-Jeanette Miller 




Freshman Cheerleaders, Row one: Jolie Plegrelli, Lisa Aspinwall. Row 
two: Laura Nickell, Jenny Dineen, Lauren Scheurman. Row three: 
Lisa Gavin, Connie Kadras, Dawn Jerele. Not pictured: Coach Maria 
Stroup. 



J.V. Cheerleaders, Row one: Mary McNamara, Kristen Golinar. Row two: 
Irene Dejak, Kristen Gajowski, Janene Zakrajsek. Row three: Rosie Va- 
lentic, Holly Scott, Meghan Gorman, Jessie Kovac, Deliska McGhee. Not 
pictured: Coach Joann Fridel. 




Basketball Cheerleaders 



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Learning About World Politics 

Mods! U*N* allowed! students to represent countries 



Delegates were gathered 
around the table with resolu- 
tions to world problems and 
position papers of the countries they 
represented. Each with speaches of 
support in their minds. Cleveland 
Council awaited each delegate with 
the validity of the actual United 
Nations. 

Last year brought on not only work 
but a twang of fun with the trip to New 
York City. The sights ans sounds 
showed the international flare and 
also showed the authentic United Na- 
tion Center in action. 

The officers who set up and spent 
extra time to make this organization 
a special one were June U, Emily 
Smayda, Kevin Vance, Matt Bouffard, 
Erin Fox, and Steve Meyers. 

-Emily Smayda 




Model U.M., Row one: Emily Smayda, Sue U, Matt Bouffard, 
Marija Raguz, June U. Row two: Kevin Vance, David Cramer, 
Eric Osborne, Steve Burke. 




June U, Meredith Fitzgerald, Andrea 
Colavecchio and Marya Raguz wait to 
get their chance to debate their 
views. 



Model U.N. 



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Don't DrWa Drunk 

New S*A,D,D, chapter tries to keep students alive 




i.A.D.D., Row one: Shannon Kelly, l.orena Orbanic. Row two: Lisa Hunt, Lee Ann Dobucki, Jenny 
.eyendecker, Gunnard Doboze. Row three: Kevin Vance, Leslie Richardson, Michelle Berzinskas, 
kmy Smith, Dave Bauer. 



The officers of S.A.D.D. (Kevin Vance, 
Vice President; Lorena Orbanic, Trea- 
surer; Shannon Kelly, President; Lisa 
Hunt, Public Relations) try to catch up 
with Mr. McQuinness wherever he is. 




There were many clubs and 
activities for Euclid High 
students and this year a 
new one was added. Co- 
rounders Lisa Hunt, Shannon 
Kelly and Kevin Vance decided 
Euclid High should start doing 
its part in ending drunk driving. 
They and other interested stu- 
dents formed the Euclid chapter 
of Students Against Driving 
Drunk. Through its fundraisers 
and the funds raised, S.A.D.D. 
broadcasted its message of "Be 
Smart. Don't Drink and Drive." 
This group is a great addition to 
Euclid High. Its goal is to pre- 
vent any Euclid student from dy- 
ing as a result of being a drunk 
driver or an innocent victim of 
one. Officers for the 1989-90 
year were: President, Shannon 
Kelly; Vice President, Kevin 
Vance; Secretary, Todd Dietzel; 
Treasurer, Lorena Orbanic; Pub- 
licity Director Lisa Hunt. Faculty 
Advisors: Mrs. Paskert and Mrs. 
Hodgins. 

-Shannon Kelly 




Lorena Orbanic and 
Shannon Kelly show the 
latest creation in 
S.A.D.D. posters. 



Amy Smith, Brian Ashman, Maureen Hannan, and Seona Latine 
listen to a presentation. 



S.A.D.D. 



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Studying Other Culture 

Euclid's Cultural Club helps students understand other; 



This year's Cultural Committee 
had to deal with many changes 
because of the loss of their 
advisior Mrs. Carroll. Their new advi- 
sor. Miss Houchins, helped them to 
adjust. They sponsored the blood 
drive, performed the Martin Luther 
King Jr. play. Amateur Night at the 
Apollo and put on a fashion show. 
-Shelley Tobias 





Euclid Cultural Club, Row one: Paulnetta Wilcox, Maya Burge, Lisa Black, Ayanna Matthews 
Stacie Evans. Row two: Valencia Woods, Shelley Tobias, Janelle Simmons, Denise Smith, Tamrmj 
Curtis. Row three: Cathryn Glenn, C. McGlothan, Alana Haynes, Shalom Lawrence. 



Janelle Simmons, Stacie Evans, Ayanna Matthews, Denise Smith 
and Shelley Tobias talking about future activities. 



Alana Haynes, Stacie Evans, Lisa Black, Ayana 
Matthews, Shelley Tobias, C. McGlothan and Va- 
lencia Woods planning the blood drive. 




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Euclid Cultural Club 



Learning About Business 

D.E.C.A. gives students on introduction to business 




D.E.C.A., Row one: Miro Dures, Michaelle Webber, Chad Bracken, Ed Sparks, Jim Quirarte, Jim 
Batteiger, Shadeed Rashid. Row two: Shelley Johnson, Rob Erb, Pam Little, Robin Dietz, Kristie 
Ugrinic, Lisa Marvin, Carl Lishing, Tammy Curtis, Steve Eakult, Jason Brust, Dave Duchon, Jeff 
Kline, Joel Eckert, Leslie Ede, Mike La Manna, Mr. Fresot. 




D.E.C.A. (Distributive Educa- 
tion Clubs of America) was 
the student run club that 
coinsided with Euclid's Market- 
ing Education class. Euclid's 
program was designed for ju- 
niors and seniors who were in- 
terested in a career in marketing 
and management. In their ju- 
nior year, the students attended 
classes and studied the stock 
market, business finance, mar- 
keting research and many other 
business related fields. Seniors 
spent part of their day in school 
learning about everything from 
job interviewing, to advertising 
and sales. During the remainder 
of the day they were employed 
in retail establishmemnts within 
the Euclid area in a variety of 
retail, wholesale, or service es- 
tablishments. In D.E.C.A., stu- 
dents competed against other 
high school students on the lo- 
cal, state and national level in 
areas related to their career in- 
terest. Mr. Presot was in charge 
of the organization. 



Kristie Ugrinic and Lisa Marvin try to lock Sha- 
deed Rashid in the showcase. 




D.E.C.A. 



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Good Morning Euclid Panthers* *< 

P.A. announcers get the clay started 



^** ood morning Euclid Pan- 
\^| thersl" was the familiar 
way that Euclid students 
started their day. The P.A. an- 
nouncers brought us our daily 
news in their creative way. They 
were seniors who were picked 
from students who tried out at 
the end of their junior year. 
They have their own homeroom 
and their job is to present the 
announcements each morning. 
It was a fun job and gave the 
students an opportunity to im- 
prove their speaking skills. 
"This concludes the morning 
announcements and... have a lo- 
quacious day!" 

-Patty Masterson 

-Sharon Barrett 

-Paula Dobransky 




P.A. Announcers, Row one: Laurie Bock, Jennifer Mason, Caroline Holland, Shalom Lawrence, Jill 
Enneper. Row two: Brendan Kelley, Vernard Adams, Bob Jones. 



H 



Vhht tutors lend! ci helping hand 



ave you ever needed help 
in one of your subjects, but 
felt there was nowhere to 
turn? Since teachers are usually 
too busy to help, the next logi- 
cal place to go is to your friends. 
This is where Peer Tutors comes 
in. It is a group of students who 
volunteer their time to help oth- 
er students with their school 
work. 

Miss Spiga, the system's advi- 
sor, matches up the tutee, or the 
student who needs help, with a 
tutor (recommended by one of 
your teachers) who has a study 
hall or can stay after school. The 
tutor works with the tutee in 
three week sessions. Hopefully 
in the end, the tutee under- 
stands his work better, and the 
tutor has gotten a taste of what 
it is like to be an actual teacher. 
-Lee Ann Dobucki 




Peer Tutors: Lynn Oessler, Heidi Sacko, Jennifer Mason, Katherine Juhl, Deliska McGhee. 



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P.A. Announcers/Peer Tutors 



Keeping The Library Stocked 

The library aides help to maintain shall order 




Left behind after school to pe- 
rouse the adventures and mys- 
teries of previous lives and pre- 
sent lives, the Library Aides did their 
work. Stocking and filing volumes of 
books, they worked diligently. The 
Dewey Decimal System was their 
number one friend. Pages of informa- 
tion ran through their fingers. Their 
minds picked up ideas never usually 
thought of. Wheeling carts here and 
there, a smile of satisfaction em- 
merged from their faces. Mew rela- 
tionships were formed with the Li- 
brarians and a new respect for them 
formalizes. A huge "Thank You" 
should come from the Staff and the 
students of Euclid High to them. 

-Emily Smayda 



Library Aides, Row one: Vakeeta Simmons, Jennie Ayers, Monica 
Cable. Row two: Nathan Young, Sherita Bowling, Steve Snitzky. 



Clinic Aides help the health aides 




Clinic Aides, Row one: Maria Cook. 
Row two: Karin Esch, Kathy Muscar- 
ella. Row three: Karen Fhipps, Holly 
Pirsig. 



T 



he Clinic Aides were a group of 
students that were interested 
in the health field and likeed to 
be around to help people who were 
not feeling well. They would spend 
their free time in the clinic doing 
whatever the health aides needed 
them to do. 



Library Aides/Clinic Aides 



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Backwards Winter 

SU Club found that winter come at the wrong time 



The winter of 1989-90 seemed 
to be constructed backwards. 
The fall was sunny and nice 
and then the week before Thanksgiv- 
ing it started snowing. It snowed on 
Thanksgiving and the weather re- 
mained cold throughout December 
with record setting, subzero tempera- 
tures. It snowed on Christmas day. 
Unfortunately, as the new year en- 
tered, the temperatures warmed and 
January thawed. Ski Club started ski- 
ing when school began after winter 
vacation but with the warming tem- 
peratures they missed several ses- 
sion due to melting conditions. 

Ski Club consisted of twenty-eight 
enthusiastic students who wanted to 
learn how to ski and to enjoy skiing. 
They skied on Thursday evenings at 
Boston Mills Ski Area. Most of the 
members had never skied before but 
lessons were provided for anyone 
who needed them. 

This year's club was the smallest in 
more than two decades. In three 
years the membership dropped from 
more than 110 to the present 28. At 
that rate there will probably not be 
enough people to have a club for the 
1990-91 season. It would be a shame 
that a sport as popular as skiing may 
die out at Euclid High School. 




Rob Galosi and Nate Young getting ready to £ 
out. 




Ski Club, Row one: Eileen riannan, Kathleen Young, Bill Castrovince, Heidi Sacko, Missy Lesko- 
vec, Anthony Cirino, Jennifer Dell. Row two: Angela Jorz, Kathy Walsh, Bridie Carroll, Janet 
Huddleston, Pam Grisard. Row three: Mike Nagy, Rob Galosi, JeffKaleal, Ed Galosi, Mate Young, 
Paul Young. 




Missy Leskovec, Angela Roethel, Jennifer Melnyk and Anthony Cirino learning the basics about 
standing up on skies. 



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Ski Club 



Future Politicians 

students learn about our nation's government 



The Close-Up Program at Eu- 
clid High School was sponsered, 
again, by Mr. Wayne Smith. 
Through candy and Christmas 
ornament sales, the group 
raised money for their trip to 
Washington D.C. 

For one week, the group ex- 
plored one of the world's most 
fascinating cities. They visited 
the halls and committee rooms 
of government and met the men 
and women who influence the 
course of American politics. 
They also had first-hand experi- 
ence on what was going on in 
America and the world. 

Through Close-Up, this group 
gained a real-life perspective on 
government and a better under- 
standing of one of the world's 
great democracies. They also 
were exposed to the many op- 
portunities that would be 
opened up to them in the future. 
-Sharon Swyt 




Close Up: Candi Lukat, Elise Clemence, Brendan Kelley, Debra Pence, Mitchell Berzin, Scott 
Gould. Matthew Tomsic, Mr. Smith. 




« 




Debra Pence, Brendan Kelley, Candi Lukat, Mark Tomsic, Mitch Berzin and Scott Gould learning 
about the way the government operates. 



Use Clemence seems to be thinking about 
le good times she had in Washington. 



Close Up 



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Office Help 

Office Aides help the offices run smoothly 




Of course we depended on 
the secretaries of the 
school to help keep pa- 
pers, files, and all types of other 
imformation organized. Howev- 
er, sometimes they didn't have 
time to do all their duties. This 
is where office aides showed 
their importance. These were 
students who sacrificed their 
study halls in order to help out 
in the office. They did those 
tasks which the secretaries 
didn't have time for, therefore 
more work is being accom- 
plished and the more important 
duties were being performed 
first. After all, we couldn't have 
secretaries running around the 
school delivering important 
messages or constantly trying 
to locate studentsl 

-Lorena Orbanic 



Office Aides, Row one: Pam Buehner, Heidi Sacko, Becky Karnak, Phaedra Moore, Sue Hamilton, 
Janene Zakrejsek. Row two: Karin Faletic, Bridget Ramsay, Missy Leskovec, Cynthia Stih, Kather- 
ine Juhl, Lorena Orbanic, Jeffrey Holmes. Row three: Heidi Peterson, Karrie Waltermire, Hope 
Robinson, Laurie Bock, Jenny Leyendecker, Todd Dietzel. Row four: Heather Miranda, Jill En- 
neper, Janice Kozlowski, Michelle Springer. 





"Oh, wow, there's an office runner.' 



Additional Office Aides, Row one: Chris Oblak, 

Michelle Newcomb, Lisa Marvin. Row two: An tne eyes of tne class are on tne office mn . 

Missy Leskovec, Jill Tomasi. ner as tney enter a room . 



Office Aides 



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Visual Aides 

The audio /visual club makes things happen 




Media Aides, Row one: Dave Cupar, Rob Terlizzi, Jeff Kropf, Paul Lech, Mark Tomsic, Brian 
Sterrick. Row two: Dan De Filippo, Mike Cvelbar, Greg Skok, Tom Reynolds, Chris Baran- 
owski, William Cvelbar, Jeff Goerndt, Sam Di Bartolomeo, Eric Swanson. riot pictured: 
Chris Bryant, John Wheeler. 




Chris Baranowski and Paul Lech making sure the 
correct lights go on and off at Senior Talent Might. 



1* veryone loves such a great 
I* Euclid High events as Big 
Show and Senior Talent 
Might. Even smaller ones like 
Fall Flay and all-school assem- 
blies aren't too bad either. Have 
you ever wondered how these 
productions manage to get off 
the ground with hardly a flaw? 
The credit goes to Mr. Allen 
Black and his A.V. assistants. 
They are responsible for coordi- 
nating the lights, sound and 
cues for every school produc- 
tion. They help ensure that 
things run smoothly so we can 
enjoy Euclid High's fabulous 
events. Those in Audio/Visual 
also deliver overheads, VCR's, 
TV's and movie projectors to 
classrooms. They are in charge 
of the maintenance of this 
equipment. The media aides are 
a true necessity to Euclid High 
School. Without them, we would 
not be able to use some of the 
learning equipment we often 
take for granted. 

-Lee Ann Dobucki 



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Ron Dodge trying to get some light 
on the subject. 



Mike Cvelbar and Chris Bryant getting ready to 
control the lighting. 



Media Aides 



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Euclidian Democracy 

Student Govsrnrnartt in action 



Euclid High School, being 
the microcosm it is, has 
its' own system of gov- 
ernment. Similar to the fortu- 
nate nations of the world, our 
rule is reliably democratic. How- 
ever, unlike the majority of poli- 
tics, Euclid's system is not 
corrupt. 

Student Council serves as an 
outlet for a student's say in the 
affairs of Euclid High School. It 
plans events for the school, 
such as dances and fund raisers, 
as well as for the community, its 
annual Senior-Senior Prom. Stu- 
dent Council also continued the 
tradition of the Holiday decora- 
tions in the cafeteria and many 
other worthwhile functions. 

President Lee Swope and Ad- 
visor Sandi Bambic kept Stu- 
dent Council running smoothly 
all year with the help of their 
able officers. Once again, it pro- 
vided valuable service to the 
school while also benefitting the 
entire Euclid community. 

-Bill Castrovince 



The Chain Gang: Ann Ruggeri, Lydia 
Mikulcic, Emily Smayda, Tom Hsu 
and Dave Radachy. 




Student Council, Row one: Maria Qrbac, Sonya Cencic, Kim Doles, Debbie Long, Stephanie 
Slogar, Holly Struna, Heather Swan. Row two: Lydia Mikulcic, June U, Dan Carlton, Mamie 
Salupo, Christine Carlton, Valena Maddox, Katie Patterson, Maria D'amico, Jennifer Daly. Row 
three: Sue U, Emily Smayda, Jen Welker, Dianne Baird, Janene Zakrajsek, Colleen McCartney, 
Stacey Apanaites. Row four: Gwen Crombie, Lisa Aspinwall, Pam Buehner, Sharon Swyt, Latrese 
Higgins, Phaedra Moore, Lee Jackson, Patty Masterson, Sharon Barrett, Paula Dobransky, Chris 
Miranda, Kim Taylor, Chris Schaeffer, Erin Fox. Row five: Wendy Myles, Angie Popp, Chris 
Valencic, Anne Ruggeri, Jenny Slattery, Lisa Marvin, Molly Lauver, Missy Ball, Audra Butkus, 
Darshi Shah, Lynn Gessler, Selenea Cox, Lesley Hamilton. Row six: Dave Radachy, Chrissy 
Chiancone, Donna Hoag, Rosie Valentic, Beth Brickman, Chris Atlas, Rick Wolf, Kari Petrik, Liz 
Slogar. Row seven: Bill Castrovince, Jeff Syroney, Shaun Pall, Debbie Morgan, Tom Hsu, Sharon 
Billi, Lee Swope, Betsy Cayne, Heather Miranda, Adam Brown, Monique Jurgensen, Stacie Evans. 





Christine Miranda, Kim Taylor, Sharon Barrett, 
Paula Dobransky and Patty Masterson looking 
for a place to start. 

Student Council officers: (clockwise) Lee 
Swope, Beth Brickman, Sharon Billi, Adam 
Brown, Janene Zakrajsek, Dianne Baird, Betsy 
Cayne, Emily Smayda and Heather Miranda. 



Student Council 




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Two For The Holidays 

Winter presentation consisted of two short ploys 



C -> ould anyone be mean 
enough to kidnap Santa 
Claus?" and "What kind of 
tree will Charlie Brown get?" were 
the questions posed and answered 
by this year's Holiday Plays "Miserly 
Mort Meets the Toddletots" and an 
"Adaptation of the Charlie Brown 
Christmas", both written and direct- 
ed by English teacher, Judith Car- 



mody. Miserly Mort was mean 
enough but was outsmarted by his 
sidekick, Gloomy Gus, who kid- 
napped Santa from Mort. But Gus lat- 
er forgot where he put Santa and had 
to be helped by a spell from a re- 
formed Granny Grumbleskin and the 
encouragement of all the Elves and 
Tottletots. Charlie Brown set off to 
find a perfect tree so he could finally 



have a happy Christmas but came 
back with a scrany tree that at first 
only he saw as perfect. Lucy, Linus, 
and the others finally saw the light 
and a happy Christmas was had. 

All of the elementary school chil- 
dren who saw the plays enjoyed them 
and the candy canes they received 
from Santa afterwards. 

-Shannon Kelly 




Peppermint Fatty, Lucy, Sally, Linus and 
Snoopy decorate Charlie Brown's tree while 
Miserly Mort talks to the Toddletots. 



Miserly Mort Meets the Toddletots Cast 

Holly Robin Hunt 

Tooter Vernard Adams 

Fitter Bridie Carroll 

Patter Holly Pirsig 

Jingle Jon Sajetowski 

Jangle Rachel Hayes 

Kringle-Krangle Bridget Burich 

Mrs. Claus Lisa Hunt 

Miserly Mort Harold DeBoe 

Gloomy Gus Shannon Kelly 

Grnany Grumbleskin Megan Tobin 

Terina Toddletot Ayonna Jones 

Tammy Toddletot Laurie Bock 

Terry Toddletot Meredith Fitzgerald 

Theresa Toddletot India Ford 

Roland, the Roving Reporter Chris Morton 
Santa Claus Vernard Adams 

Lighting crew Kevin Vance, John Wheeler 







Charlie Brown Cast 

Charlie Brown . . Shannon Kelly 

Lucy Robin Hunt 

Sally Holly Pirsig 

Peppermint Patty Bridget Burich 

Linus Lisa Hunt 

Snoopy Todd Shuskey 

Winter Play 



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Getting To Know You 



AFS enables students to see other people and other 

lands 



<\ 



FS is a nonprofit, interna- 
tional organization dedi- 
cated to worldwide peace 
through living experiences for 
secondary school students, 
young adults, and families from 
all walks of life. AFS offered a 
variety of programs. Just to 
name a few: year programs, 
summer programs, semester 
programs and work abroad pro- 
grams were offered to choose 
from. 

A year or a semester abroad 
was an opportunity to explore 
the world and have fun at the 
same time. Participants attend- 
ed school and lived with a host 
family in any one of 56 coun- 
tries. Summer programs were 
similar except they can choose 
to either live with a host family 
or experience group living. The 
work abroad program lasts 
eight to ten weeks. It gave them 
a chance to volunteer their ser- 
vices in the United Kingdom, 
Ireland, Iceland and Norway. 

Host families were always 
needed especially here in Eu- 
clid. They were needed to host 
students from a couple of days 
to a year. You might ask your- 
self, why should you host an 
AFS student? The answer was 
simple. When they opened their 
home to a new son or daughter, 
they not only developed a new 
family relation with no bound- 
aries, but also their own family 
grew from that exciting experi- 
ence. It was a unique experience 
that enabled the family to ex- 
plore the world together without 
leaving home. 

The advisors for AFS were 
Mrs. Ramlow and Miss Addis. 
-Jenny Leyendecker 




AFS, Row one: Sherita Bowling, Nicole Crawford, Steve Burke, Dave Kramer, Patty Lux, Kim 
Mikich, Becky Hopkins. Row two: Holly Struna, Rachel Fikus, Marija Raguz. Becky Karnak, 
Juliana Johann, Jeanne Duvall, Jenny Leyendecker. Row three: Karin Esch, Dan Burke, Vernard 
Adams, Michelle Abshire, Jenny Barcza, Eric Osborne, Missy Rocco, Elise Clemence. 




AFS members discussing customs with other students. 



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American Field Service 



Cfcack And Mate 

Chess Club learns the strategies of an ancient game 




Chess Club, Row one: Steven Workman, Donald Ross, Jennifer Krasnik, Brian Jackson, Stephen 
Snitzky, Nathan Young, Jeffrey Kowalski, Lee Bock. Row two: Rich Orsulic, Robert Harris, Damian 
Graves, Samuel Taylor, David Coleman, Spencer Thomas, Joseph Kugel. Row three: J. Lydon, J. 
Bifra, Raymond Jones, Jozefina Mance, David Baioni, Tim Pae, Mike Mannarino, John Apuzzio. 



|* or the past several years 
r the chess club had been in- 
* active. This year, Mr. Thax- 
ton, along with several interest- 
ed students decided to try to get 
it started again. The club mainly 
consisted of members who en- 
joyed the challenge of a good 
chess game. However, people 
who just wanted to learn to play 
chess were also welcome in the 
club. They played throughout 
the school year. The five best 
chess players competed in 
games against 11 other 
schools. The captain of the team 
was Chris Marcinko. With the 
guidance of Mr. Thaxton, all 
members were able to improve 
their chess skills while playing 
against their friends. 

-Lorena Orbanic 




r 1 Yb* 




Chess Club participants working hard to outwit 
their opponent. 



Chess Club ad- 
visor, Thadde- 
us Thaxton. 






Chess Club 




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Cream Of The Crop 

Only the top scholars moke the National Honor 

Society 



Ieadership, Scholarship, 
j Character, and Service. 
"^ Tour honorable attributes 
rare in this dark day of strife. 
However, there is one elite 
group where these qualities 
overflow lika a dixie cup in a 
monsoon - National Honor Soci- 
ety. A careful selection process 
has selected these fine students 
to represent the 1989-90 
society. 

Brian Ashman, Joe Avcin, 
Sharon Billi, Caroline Holland, 
Bob Jones, Qina Juengel, Susan 
Jurisevic, Shannon Kelly, Tom 
Kermode, Missy Leskovec, Patty 
Levstik, Jenny Leyendecker, 
Chris Mannello, Lisa Marvin, Mi- 
chelle Newcomb, John Parsons, 
Brandy Reichman, Heidi Sacko, 
Lee Swope, Sharon Swyt, Jeff 
Syroney, Matt Tomsic, and So- 
nya Yates. 

President Jennifer Mason, 
Vice President William Castro- 
vince, Secretary Jill Tomasi and 
Historian Christine Oblak were 
elected to lead this club in its 
many service projects to the 
school. Advisor Betty Schmel- 
ing guided the Society on its 
honored way. 

-Bill Castrovince 



Lee Swope and Jennifer Mason were announc- 
ers during Homecoming and Senior Talent 
Might. 





national Honor Society, Row one: Jill Tomasi, Lisa Marvin, Jennifer Masley, Missy Leskovec, 
Jennifer Mason, Sharon Swyt, Susan Jurisevic. Row two: Bill Castrovince, Chris Oblak, Michelle 
Newcomb, Patty Levstik, Sharon Billi, Jenny Leyendecker. Row three: Qina Juengel, Lee Swope, 
Bob Jones, Brian Ashman, Shannon Kelly, Heidi Sacko. 





Sharon Swyt knows how to study in all positions. 




NHS members have to be active in many activities. 



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National Honor Society 



Literary Talent 



Eucuyo giv** students an opportunity to publhh works 



1* uclid High School has 
1* many a modest writer in its 
^ student confines. Authors, 
poets, and artists have one 
place to strut their talent-Eu- 
cuyo. Produced once a year, this 
literary magazine showcases 
some of the finest works submit- 
ted by Euclid students. A careful 
selection process weeded the 
good from the bad for this com- 
pilation of short stories, poetry, 
and pictures. Under the able su- 
pervision of Ms. Carmody and 
Mrs. Lidrbauch, the Eucuyo staff 
read and reread every entry with 
scrutiny to make the final cuts. 
Eucuyo was the best place for 
aspiring authors to have their 
day in the sun. 

-Bill Castrovince 




Eucuyo, Row one: Heidi Sacko, Chris Schaefer, Katie Juhl, Janene 
Zakrajsek. Row two: Bill Castrovince, Sharon Billi, Jennifer Mason. 



Tom Kermode listening 
intently. 




Tom Kermode and Mrs. Lidrbauch during the Mrs. Lidrbauch, Kim Mikich and Janene Zakrajsek working on articles, 
screening process. 



Eucuyo 



49 



Recording The Yacir 

Euclidian striven to report the year's events 







Ideas run rampant at a yearbook meeting. 



' ' ME *■ 



Bob Schmeling and Brendan Kelley organizing 
information. 




Probably the biggest publi- 
cation of the year for Euclid 
is our very own yearbook, 
the Euclidian. Much work and 
pride goes into it every year. 
The advisor, Mr. Von Benken, 
made sure that everything ran 
smoothly. 

As soon as the year began, 
pictures were taken, stories 
were written, and layouts were 
made. With five deadlines 
throughout the year to meet, 



there was always work to be 
done. 

As the year winds down and 
yearbooks are ordered, made, 
and passed out, you can see and 
remember the memories, good 
and bad, of the past year. Hope- 
fully you'll remember the "little 
people" who put a lot of time 
and effort into putting together 
this magnificent piece of work. 
-Cindy Jerele 




Euclidian staff, Row one: Janene Zakrajsek, Heidi Sacko, Jennifer Mason, Bill Castrovince. Row 
two: Paula Dobransky, Sharon Barrett, Kevin Vance, Emily Smayda. Row three: Leann Dobucki, 
Lorena Orbanic, Jenny Leyendecker, Bob Schmeling. 



Lorena Orbanic's Stevie Wonder 
impersonation. 



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Euclidian 



Survey Of The News 

School newspaper raports school and world avants 




Survey staff. Row one: Judy Beder, Bill Castrovince, Heidi SacKo, Jennifer Mason, Sharon Swyt, 
Anthony Cirino. Row two: Maria Racjuz, Colleen Lanzaretta, Emily Smayda, Gina Juengal, Maria 
D'Amico, Jennifer Wolchko, Joyce Ashman. 




Sharon Swyt and Judy Beder brainstorming. 



Emily Smayda on assignment. 




Anthony Cirino goes bananas for news 
asa the "Late Story" monster awaits his 
next victim. 




rhicago has "The Tribune". 
Cleveland has the "Plain 
Dealer". And yes, like all 
respectable institutions, Euclid 
High too has its dependable 
source for news - the "Survey". 
Five times a school year, our 
trusty magazine kept Euclidians 
abreast of the gripping events 
within the school. Rescued from 
the doldrums of mediocrity of 
the previous year, 1989-90's 
editions were chock full of news 
from not only the school sys- 
tem, but from an international 
as well as world scope. Editors 
Heidi Sacko and William Castro- 
vince assembled a top notch 
staff, comprised of Euclid's fin- 
est journalists to cover events 
with a thoughtful eye. From the 
introductory issue down to the 
Senior Scandal finale, this 
year's Survey battled ignorance, 
proving all the while the pen is 
mightier than the sword. 

-Bill Castrovince 




A stressful deadline day for Bill Castrovince. 



Survey 



51 



Fall Play 



**- 



Utm Back The Clock" 

A hilarious t%v&t$u of mother tlma 




A V 



Milton Wyley and Debbie Long think back. 



to reminisce on the days 
' our ill spent youth. This 
was the theme of this years 
Fall Play, a production of "Turn 
Back the Clock". Husband and 
wife, Evie (Debbie Long) and 
Charlie (Milton Wyley), look 
back to their post high school 
days during the struggle for 
Evie's hand in marriage be- 
tween Charlie and Johnnie 
Stone (Anthony Cirino). The 
play retells the story of this bat- 
tle along with Mr. Palmer's (Jeff 
Syroney) money problems, Sal- 
ly Palmer's (Katie Ells) growing 
up, Mrs. Palmer's (Wendy Wang) 
good, motherly advice, and 



Larry Palmer's )Bill Castro- 
vince) girl dilemma between 
Maybelle (Theresa Oden) and 
Eileen.. .1 mean. ..Irene (Lisa 
Hunt). Throw in a party starring 
the dancing of John Cindric, 
Holly Pirsig, Rachel Hayes, Dave 
Radachy, Eric Dysart, an overaf- 
fectionate Phyllis McSorley (Hei- 
di Sacko) and the partying 
house maid Hilda (Kim Taylor) 
and you've got the makings of 
an enjoyable play. Under the di- 
rection of Ms. Carmody, "Turn 
Back the Clock" was a treat for 
all who reversed mother time. 
-William (Larry) Castrovince 




Theresa Oden gives Bill Castrovince "the 
gate". 



Fall Play 



52 



Deciding Senior Policies 



Senior 



Class Cabinet makes the major senior decisions 



V 



ifES£i 




Senior Class Cabinet, Row one: Tracy Frestigomo, Robert Smith, Toni Chiudioni, Chris Oblak, 
Tammy Curtis, Michelle Newcomb. Kim Faint, Jill Tomasi, Jennifer Dudziak, Chris Valencic, 
Balee Riley, Sarah Granito. Row two: Shadeed Rashid, Greg Bachelor, Eric Kuhen, Brandy 
Reichman. 




The colors of Class Cabinet worn by Jill To- 
masi, and Michelle Newcomb. 



The always fasionable Greg Bachelor, Class 
Cabinet member. 



Senior Class Cabinet 



ft very senior class has its 
|* brain power known as the 
^ Senior Class Cabinet. Stu- 
dents are chosen by their peers 
to arrange senior activities to 
raise money for prom. Events 
such as Elf Day and Senior Tal- 
ent Might and dances are put on 
by the cabinet while they make 
the decisions for the class of 
'90. 

-Bill Castrovince 




Chris Oblak, Michelle Newcomb and 
Tracy Prestigomo in deep thought. 




Tracy Prestigomo files her nails. 



53 



Blue & Gold Revue 

Seniors Spcir!<J«* in Might of Talent 




Sarah Granito, Jennifer Slattery, Michelle Russell, Kristie Ugrinic and A plea to Mr. Medvick from Brandy Reichman, Jamie Cox, Laura Mon-' 
Jennifer Masley are in "Ole Ouiness" school. tagner, Cindy Cramer and Jennifer Kacperski. 




"Jazzercizin" with Tracy Frestigomo, Cheryl Lapuh, Christine Oblak and Lisa Marvin 





Missy Ball and Brandy Reichman are in the "Yel- 
low Submarine". 



54 



MC's Anthony Cirino and Bill 
Castrovince. 



Senior Talent Night 



Ma-Ki-Dale: Vidal Curry and Rashawn Williams. 




Sonya Yates, Teresa Evans, Stephanie Williams and Jeanette 
Miller as Prep Phi Psi. 



Preacher Todd Dietzel. 




ii.^B 



Valena Maddox, Dwayne Baker, Ken Kilgore, Kenyadus 
Hollins, Davion Johnson and Mosadi-Rra Garner show- 
ing their stuff. 




Madame MC's Jennifer Mason and 
Missy Leskovec. 



The Polka Wave by Lisa Marvin, Cheryl Lapuh, Chris 
Oblak, Michelle Newcomb and Jill Tomasi. 



| ate in November, the Se- 
I niors sponsored the annual 
Senior Talent Show. Three 
nights of sheer entertainment 
gave the audience their $3 
worth, featuring everything from 
Bach on guitar to Polka. The 
groups Prep Phi Psi, Double 
Trouble, 14 Karat Gold Posse, 
Na-Ki'-Dale', and Rhythm nation 
1990 put the crowd in awe with 
modern dance while comedy 
sketches took them from the 
"75th Reunion" to "the Office", 
including "Street Skit", "Old 
McGuinney", "Jazzercize", 
"Polka", and "Yellow Subma- 
rine". Throw in piano and guitar 
solos with the slide show and 
you got an evening of enjoy- 
ment. Painstakingly directed by 
Ms. Bambic and Ms. Amato, this 
event was a big boost to the 
funds of the class of '90. 

-Bill Castrovince 





Vernard Adams singing his Corner of the Sky' 



Sonya Jones performs her original song. 





The fast fingers of Brendan Kelley. 



Tim Hughes and Walter Johnson Bey are Dou- 
ble Trouble'. 



55 



Wai Napolo's 1990 swim 
show featured an interest- 
ing look at the 80s 
through the eyes of a swimmer. 
The pool corridor bustled with 
activity as the synchronized 
swimmers wrote numbers, 
painted scenery, and practiced 
landwork. The dedicated girls 
also spent hours rehearsing in 
the water for the big show in 
May. First year sponsor, Mrs. Ka- 
tie Morris, watched proudly as 
the hard work began to pay off. 
From the devotion of the soloist 
to the good-natured comedy 
provided by the often unrecog- 
nized boys, it was apparent 
through the smiles shared that 
the show was an enjoyable treat 
for all. 

-Sonia Cencic 




Jennie Ayers, Kelly Carney, Sonia Cencic and 
Michele Lynn practicing for Swim Show. 



Swtmmta' cmd Showin* 

Lags moving to tha rhythm of tha 80's 




Wai Mapolo: Kelly Carney, Michele Lynn, Jennie Ayers, Laurie Bock, Jackie Straus, Joyce Ash- 
man, Lisa Moster, Sonia Cencic. 




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The members with their advisor, Mrs. Morris. 



Land practice is important before going into the water. 
Wai Napolo 



56 



Angels Of Mercy 

Sports oldies help players in trouble 

Football Trainers, Row one: April Lang, Angie Zingale, Angela 
Perry. Row two: Renee Turner, Jack Lardomita, Diane 
Cickavage. 




Jack Lardomita helps Lance Nosse ad- 
just his equipment. 



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There is a group of select indi- 
viduals at our school who, un- 
like the coaches, don't get 
paid to stand in all sorts of weather 
but selflessly donate their time, and 
sometimes comfort, just to make 
sure our athletes are never deprived 
of water, ice, times, or anything else 
they may require. Who are these won- 
derful people? Sports Aides of 
course. Why do they donate their 
time? Some do it because of their 
love of the sport they're an aide for, 
others are those who aren't personal- 
ly athletically gifted but still wish to 
support their school, the rest are just 
wonderful people helping out our 
teams. I'm sure all of the athletic 
teams give a deep felt thanks to 
these people who help make them 
look so good. 

-Shannon Kelly 





April Lang, Rogelene Castro and Angie Zingale mak- 
ing sure the water bottles are filled. 



Angie Zingale and Rogelene Castro tak- 
ing the water to the players during a 
timeout. 



Sports Aides 



57 





^ uclid High School gives 
^ students a wide variety of 
ways to participate in ath- 
letic events. Every sport that is 
contested in the G.C.C. is of- 
fered at Euclid plus several oth- 
ers such as Hockey and Indoor 
Track which are not recognized 
by the G.C.C. Our sports facili- 
ties are second to none since 
there are two pools, two gymna- 
siums, an indoor and outdoor 
track, wrestling and weight con- 
ditioning rooms, a football sta- 
dium, several baseball dia- 
monds and various practice 
fields. We are blessed with many 
dedicated coaches who strive to 
get the best from their players. 
As with any activity you will get 
out of it what you put in. 




Varsity football captains meeting at beginning Girl's cross country getting ready for a meet, 
of playoff game. 




Varsity football players during a pep rally. 



The junior varsity lining up on offense. 



Euclid's awesome defense. 




Sports Divider 



58 




Euclid's freshman team on the field. 



The varsity volleyball team ready to receive the serve. 




The boy's cross-country teama relaxing during a meet. 



Euclid trying for a field goal. 




Brian Dunmire ready to tee off. 



Jun U on the tennis court. 



Robert Smith avoiding a tackier on his way 
to the end zone. 



Sports Divider 



59 



Champs In G«C«C« 

Racord satting yaar for varsity football 



■»■»> | he Euclid Panthers won 
| their third G.C.C. champi 
"* onship this year. Over the 
last three years the Panthers 
have gone undefeated in the 
G.C.C. with a record of 23-0 in 
league games. This was a feat 
that may never be matched 
again. 

The Panthers were sparked by 
Senior tailback Robert Smith 
who ran for 5318 yards and 
scored 71 touchdowns during 
his three years on the varsity 
football team. The offensive line 
was one of the best in the histo- 
ry of Euclid High School. With- 
out it, the Panther's offense 
would never have been able to 
acomplish what it did. On the 
defensive side, the Panthers had 
the best secondary in the G.C.C. 
It was led by seniors Patrice 
Ward, Kevin Gaines and Ricky 
Smith. 

Although the season started 
off with an easy victory over 
Cleveland Heights, it was soon 
ended with the loss of the sec- 
ond game to St. Ignatius (which 



ended with an undefeated sea- 
son, were Division I State cham- 
pions for the second year in a 
row, and were rated by "USA To- 
day" as the number one high 
school football team in the 
country). After that loss, the 
Panthers had to convince them- 
selves that they were a better 
team than the one that played in 
the second game. They seemed 
to have lost a lot of spirit after 
the St. Ignatius loss which was 
not recovered until about the 
fifth game in the season. After 
that they really showed a lot of 
spirit and togetherness which 
was evident as they won their 
last eight games and went unde- 
feated in the G.C.C. 

Having won the GCC champi- 
onship, the Panthers were on 
their way to the third playoff ap- 
pearance. But, unlike their first 
two appearances in the playoffs, 
they were not put out in the first 
round. 

Their first playoff game was 
against the Shaw Cardinals who 
had only given up twenty six 



points their entire season. The 
Panthers beat them 34-0. 

The next game was against St. 
Ignatius. This game was a 
match of defenses as the Pan- 
thers faced the defending state 
champions. The game was 
played at Baldwin-Wallace with 
over 11,000 people in atten- 
dance. It was a truly incredible 
game in which St. Ignatius was 
able to come from behind in the 
last minutes to win 31-30. As 
Joe Nagill of the News Herald 
said "The greatest football 
game I've ever seen. I can't 
imagine ever seeing a better on- 
e...The only thing not included 
in this game was a fight. There 
was no taunting, no finger point- 
ing, just two teams giving it 
their all and showing nothing 
but respect for each other when 
it was over." 

The 1989 Euclid Panthers 
were a class act. They expressed 
themselves well at all times. 
This was a team that will be long 
remembered. 

-Jonasis Smith #61 



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while the offense was able to score many points. 



Football 



60 



Panthers showed a strong defense 



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Varsity Football, Row one: Jack Lardomita, Pete Schwenke, Chet Nolan, Mike Barnauskas, Mike 
Rezzola, Tom Banc, Roy Pignatiello, Mike Sheck, Dan Wensing, Reginald Echols. Row two: 
Norman Marolt, David Sheck, Ricky Smith, Patrice Ward, Rashawn Williams, Samuel Burgess, 
Christopher Ciulla. Row three: Darrell Brooks, Marc Parker, Michael Sheck, Christopher Man- 
nello, Robert Yoe, Michael Holly, William Scott, Jason Carroll, Anthony Shaw. Row four: Craig 
Murowsky, Keith Beck, Michael Di Bartolomeo, Michael Weber, Tomislav Zovko, John Parsons, 
Eric Wandersleben, Bruce Irby, Kevin Flynt, John Arlesic. Row five: Darnell Scott, James Roach, 
Michael Sheridan, Edward Zivnoska, Devan Jackson, William Laurenson, Harold Andrews, 
Kenneth Walter, Robert Zele, Dwayne Baker, Albin Sray, Jeffrey Smith. Row six: Christopher 
Martin, Shannon Smith, Jonasis Smith, Stephen Lindsey, John Wandersleben, Lance Nosse, 
Stanley Smith, Terrence Roscoe, Robert Smith, Kevin Gaines, Derek Willis. 




Mr. Stanic and Mr. 
joying one of 
victories. 



Serra en- 
Euclid's 




Coach Banc giving instructions for the play. 



football 



John Parsons running after making a 
reception. 

Robert Smith being congratulated by Bill Laur- 
enson after a touchdown. 



61 



Exciting ^Awasoroa 

Euclid's varsity provided lots of thrills 



Euclid had many players who 
were given special awards af- 
ter the season. The News Her- 
ald picked Robert Smith as the offen- 
sive player of the year. Tom Banc was 
chosen as coach of the year. First 
team offense included John Wanders- 
leben, Craig Murowsky and Tom 
Zovko. First team defense included 
Stan Smith, Terry Roscoe and Kevin 
Gaines. Second team defense includ- 
ed Chris Nannello and Ken Walter. 
Special mention went to John Par- 
sons, Mike Sheck, Ricky Smith and 
Patrice Ward. Honorable mention 
went to Rob Zele. 




Terry Roscoe wreaked havoc on opposing offenses. 




Yes, I want three large pizzas with. 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


30 


Cleve. Hts. 





26 


St. Ignatius 


55 


28 


Massillon/ Jackson 


7 


24 


Bedford 


7 


21 


Brush 


7 


42 


Mayfield 


21 


56 


North 


21 


21 


Mentor 


14 


62 


Maple Hts. 


8 


49 


Willoughby South 


13 


SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 1 


GCC RECORD WON 7 LOST 


PLAYOFFS 34 Shaw 




30 


St. Ignatius 


31 




Craig Murowsky and Lance Nosse coming 
off the field after a touchdown. 



Discussing a play on the sideline. 



Football 



62 




Robert Smith, ..Mr, Football 

For sacorid yaor in a row, Robert Smith is Mr. Football 



Coming off the field after scoring one of 
his many touchdowns. 







Robert Smith watching the activity on the field. 



obert Smith for the second 
year was voted Mr. Football by 
..the Associated Press. He was 
the first person to win the coveted 
award twice. His senior year he 
rushed for 2,042 yards, averaging 
over 10 yards per carry, including 35 
touchdowns. For his 3 year career he 
carried the ball 563 times for an 
amazing 5,318 yards, averaging al- 
most 9.5 yards per carry. During his 
career at Euclid he scored 71 touch- 
downs. During his senior year he 
showed off his seemingly endless tal- 
ents as he played quarterback and 
was defensive safety. During the Nas- 
s Hon- Jackson game, not only did he 
score five touchdowns, he also inter- 
cepted a pass. 

The 6-2, 195-pound senior was one 
of the most heavily recruited high 
school players in the country. There 
will probably never be another player 
like him again at Euclid. 

-Kevin Vance 









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Racing around the end on the way to the endzone. 




football 




Being congratulated 
by the coaching staff. 



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First In G.CC 

J.V. givas futsjra taarns a lot of talen 



J.V. Football, Row one: Devan 
Jackson, Robert Yoe, John 
Gugliotta, Sal Butkus, Brian 
Bowers, Benjie Boyd. Row two: 
Mario Gomez, Tom Sedmak, 
Marc Parker, John Arlesic, Ke- 
vin Flynt, Mark Cickavage, 
Spencer Thomas, James Ed- 
sall. Row three: Coach Pigna- 
tiello. Coach Mike Bamauskas. 
Row four: Larry Mosse, Tony 
Terlizzi, Mike DiBartolomeo, 
Sam DiBartolomeo, Steve 
Lindsey, Eric Wandersleben, 
Marko Simic, Darrell Brooks, 
Daniel Vega. 



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The junior varsity football team 
was coached by Mr. Roy Pigna- 
tiello and posted a 8-2 overall 
record and was 7-0 in the G.C.C. The 
team showed a lot of strengths in 
both offence and defence and this 
will help out the varsity in the years 
to come. 



JV FOOTBALL 
EUCLID 
7 Cleve. Hts. 

St. Ignatius 

Massillon/ Jackson 

Bedford 

Brush 

Mayfield 

Morth 

Mentor 

Maple 

Willoughby South 
SEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 2 
GCC RECORD WON 7 LOST 



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20 
20 
30 
21 
34 
13 
39 
42 



OPPONENT 
14 
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10 
20 
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Football 



Future In The Freshmen 

Freshman team has winning season 



Future looks bright 




The Freshman football was 
coached by Mr. Reginald 
Echols ended the season with 
a respectable 5-2-1 record. They 
showed a lot of talent and that should 
be useful for the upperclass teams in 
future years. 



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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 
EUCLID 



OPPONENT 



Freshman Football, Row one: Bryan Peoples, Eric Roth, Mark Kwiakowski, Mark Kovacevich. 
Row two: Joe McCrone, Eric Cantini, De Moulh Dudley, Jim Eubanic, Monti Jackson. Row three: 
Jim Sas, Chad Dulla, Bob Welch, Willie Reed, Raeshaun Jernigan, Brian Bush. Row four: Mike 
Petterson, Mike Hawthorne, Damon Patton, Jim Shamp, Darryl Badley, Cleveland Brown, 
Coach Reggie Echols. 



26 Will. South 


12 


6 Eastlake North 


6 


13 Mentor Memorial 





26 Maple Heights 





6 Mayfield 


26 


22 Brush 


16 


6 Mentor Ridge 


14 


36 Bedford 


8 


SEASON RECORD 




WON 5 LOST 2 TIE 1 






Football 



65 



Kicked Around 

Soccar struggles through a rough season 



The varsity soccer team 
suffered a disappointing 
year. Head coach John 
Gibbons had to rebuild his of- 
fense this season. The team 
consisted of mostly underclass- 
men, giving a bright future for 
next season. 

The varsity was lead by three- 
year veteran Alen Dujmovic, 
who was converted from sweep- 
er to forward. Also giving some 
help in the rebuilt offense were 
sophomores Jason Phyllis, 
Tony Bruketa, Steve Barstow, ju- 
nior Steve Burke, and seniors 
Chris Bryant, Miro Dures, and 
Eddie Sugar. The defense was 
lead by Roger Crombie, Rob 
Terlizzi, Roger Kunes, Marc Ei- 
folt. Rick Bunn, Jeff Holmes, Jay 
Turpin, and George and Joe Be- 
vanda. Sharing the goal-tending 
job were senior Joel Eckert and 
junior Dave Kramer. 

The junior varsity went under 
a coaching change. Coach Jeff 
Jordan, in his first year of coach- 
ing, believed that everyone 
should play. The team was led 
by Matt Schwartz and Becky Kar- 
nak. The defense was held to- 
gether by Jeff Pesek and Steve 
Seric. 

The freshman soccer team re- 
ceived its first losing season un- 
der Jim Presot. Coach Presot 
still believes if you practice you 
play. The team was lead on of- 
fense by Jason Whitey and on 
defense by Andy Newsome. 

-Joel Eckert 



VARSITY SOCCER 




EUCLID OPPONENT 


2 


Madison 


3 





Kenston 


1 


1 


Shaker 


1 


1 


West Geauga 


5 


2 


Lakewood 


4 


4 


Brush 


4 





Willoughby South 


3 


3 


Eastlake North 


5 


1 


Mayfield 


2 


2 


Mentor 


6 


5 


Brush 


1 


4 


Willoughby South 


5 


6 


Eastlake North 


5 





Mayfield 


5 





Mentor 


4 





Strongsville 


5 


6 


Benedictine 





3 


Cleveland Hts. 


5 


SEASON RECORD 




WON 3 LOST 13 TIE 2 




GCC RECORD 






WON 2 LOST 7 TIE 1 






LEAGUE FINISH fifth 






Miro Dures battles for the ball. 



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Soccer 




Soccer, Row one: Frank Soltesz, Sean Socha, Bill Eppich, Becky Karnak, Jeff Fesek, Bob Kramer, 
Tom Whelan, Patty Lux. Row two: Coach John Gibbons, Jason Phillis, Steve Barstow, Ben Pfhul, 
Jason Socha, Jay Turpin, Jerry Zovko, Scott Gray, David Kramer, Coach Presot, Tony Bruketa. 
Row three: Joel Eckert, Chris Bryant, Joe Bevanda, George Bevanda, Matt Schwartz, Rick Bunn, 
Eddie Sugar, Miro Dures, Roger Crombie. 




Marc Pifolt alone in enemy territory. 




FRESHMEN SOCCER 




JV SOCCER 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


1 Cleve. Hts. 


6 


1 


Madison 


1 


1 South 


9 


3 


Kenston 


4 


2 Solon 


2 





Shaker 


6 


Brush 


5 





West Geauga 


3 


Shaker Hts. 








Lakewood 


3 


5 Lake Catholic 


2 





Brush 


4 


1 Shaker Hts. 


1 





Willoughby South 


3 


1 South 


1 





North 


5 


2 North 


5 





Mayfleld 


1 


2 University School 


5 





Mentor 


1 


1 Brush 


3 


3 


Brush 


4 


4 Lake Catholic 


1 


2 


Willoughby South 


1 


2 North 


5 


1 


North 


5 


3 Cleve. Hts. 








Mayfield 


1 


SEASON RECORD 







Mentor 


4 


WIN 3 LOSE 7 TIE 4 




1 


Strongsville 


5 






SEASON RECORD 








WON 1 LOST 14 TIE 1 








GCC RECORD 








WON 1 LOST 9 TIE 








LEAGUE FINISH sixth 





Soccer 



67 



■ 



This year's volleyball season 
proved to be very exciting for 
the varsity, J.V. and freshmen 
teams. Head coach Dan Naxson and 
his assistants, Gayle Raia and Pat 
Buck lead their teams to successful 
seasons. The varsity team this year 
consisted of six seniors, two juniors, 
and four sophomores. This team 
placed fifth in the G.C.C. and they 
won the Euclid Tournament. The J.V. 
team placed third in the G.C.C. and 
has great talent that will be used next 
year on the varsity team. The fresn- 
man team proved to be very hard 
working and will help next year's J.V. 
team. Hopefully next year will prove 
to be an even more exciting season. 

-Kelly Hodder 



VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


15,16 Regina 


4,14 


12,13 Solon 


15,15 


15,12,15 Maple Hts. 


12,15,6 


6,11 Bedford 


15,15 


15,10,15 Brush 


4,15,13 


15,15 St. Joe. Admy. 


11,10 


15,15 Shaker Hts. 


3,8 


15,15 Mayfield 


7,5 


15,15 Eastlake North 


5,12 


6,4 Mentor 


15,15 


13,15,16 Wlby. South 


15,8,14 


4,7 Maple Hts. 


15,15 


11,16,12 Bedford 


15,14,15 


13,5 Brush 


15,15 


16,15 Mayfield 


14,8 


6,6 Elyria 


15,15 


7,12 Cleve. Hts. 


15,15 


15,17 Brooklyn Hts. 


8,15 


15,11,8 Eastlake North 


11,15,15 


2,15,6 Mentor 


15,10,15 


15,3,8 Wlby. South 


4,15,15 


SEASON RECORD 




WON 11 LOST 12 




G.C.C. 




WON 6 LOST 8 




LEAGUE FINISH fifth 





Set It Up!! 

Volleyball team dfcl a lot of passing 




Varsity Volleyball, Row one: Janice Kozlowski, Cyndy Cramer, Corrie Turkall, Jill Enneper, Sue 
Hamilton, Dan Naxson-Head Coach.Row two: Joy Lewin, Jennifer Kacperski, Maureen DeJonge, 
Laura Montagner, Kelly Hodder. Mot Pictured: Brandy Reichman and Tiffany Tekieli. 




Laura Montagner and Cyndy Cramer in 
action on the court. 



68 



Volleyball 







JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 



EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


15,5,10 Regina 


12,15,15 


3,15 Solon 


7,15 


15,15 Maple Hts. 


5,7 


15,15 Bedford 


2,0 


13,15,15 Brush 


15,7,5 


15,15 Mayfield 


7,2 


13,9 North 


15,15 


5,12 Mentor 


15,15 


15,15 South 


4,1 


15,15 Maple Hts. 


11,12 


15,15 Bedford 


1,1 


15,13,15 Brush 


3,15,13 


15,15 Mayfield 


1,3 


15,8,15 North 


8,15,6 


15,14,14 Mentor 


10,16,16 


15,15 South 


7,6 


SEASON RECORD 




WON 11 LOST 5 




G.C.C. 




WON 11 LOST 3 




LEAGUE FINISH third 






J.V. Volleyball, Row one: Karen Phipps, Angie Collins. Michelle Reed, Meredith Mihalic, 
Janice Kozlowski, Assistant Coach: Gayle Raia. Row two: Sue Hamilton, Corri Turkall, Amy 
Garbincus, Jean Enneper, Julie Montagner. 




Freshman Volleyball, Row one: Lynda Anistantas, Marie D'Amico, Kim Rupp, Suzie Skrab, 
Davong Vannarath. Row two: Kim Simon, Miriam Hohs, Melissa Powalie, Denice Virant. 



Corri Turkall getting ready to serve 
the ball. 



Volleyball 



69 



Swinging At Air 

Girl's tennis struggles through tough season 



■<■■* he 1989-90 season was 
I termed one of rebuilding 
™ for the Lady Panther Ten- 
nis Team. With only two return- 
ing players, June U, a two-year 
letterperson and Jennifer Ma- 
son, a three-year letterperson, 
the team consisted of two fresh- 
men, Amanda Rowe and Sue U, 
two sophomores, Emily Smayda 
and Virginia Yee, one junior, 
June U, and two seniors, Elise 
Clemence and the captain, Jen- 
nifer Mason. 

Even though the year ended 
with a losing record, the girls 
had all improved their game dur 
to the efforts of Coach Pete 
Swope. And so the 1989-90 
girl's tennis season could be 
summarized as lots of improve- 
ment and hope for the future. 
-Jennifer M. Mason 





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Girl's Tennis: Coach Peter Swope, Jun U, Andrea Conrad, Jennifer Mason, Amanda Rowe, Virginia 
Yee, Lydia Mikulcic, Emily Smayda, Sue U, Elise Clemence. 





GIRL'S TENNIS 




EUCLID OPPONENT 





Kenston 


5 


1 


Regina 


4 





Wickliffe 


5 





Mayfield 


5 


1 


Richmond Hts. 


4 





Brush 


5 





Mentor 


5 


3 


North 


2 





Willoughby South 


5 





St. Joe. Acdmy. 


5 


1 


Beachwood 


4 


5 


Lake Catholic 








West Geauga 


5 


1 


Solon 


4 


SEASON RECORD 




WON 2 LOST 12 




G.C.C RECORD 




WON 1 LOST 4 




LEAGUE FINISH fifth 






Has Chris Evert met her nemesis? Here are Virginia Yee, Amanda Rowe and Jun U. 



70 



Girl's Tennis 



Swinging On 

Golf team shows promise for r»axt yaar 




Golf Team, Row one: Phil Sillia, Brian Dunmire, Rick Tlaisman. Row two: Josh Samas, Jeff 
Engelke, Jeff Simenc, Steve Blackburn, Coach Mike Raicevich. 



Jeff Engelke and Phil Sillia getting ready to take a swing at the bail 



Golf 





e 1989 golf season was 
very successful. The team 
finished the season with 8 
wins and 6 losses. The season 
was very encouraging, especial- 
ly since the team lost Jeff En- 
gelke, who moved to Chardon 
and Steve Blackburn who 
moved to Mentor. The team con- 
sisted of 2 freshmen, 2 sopho- 
mores and 1 junior. The lowest 
scorer was Phil Sillia. The other 
two starters were Jeff Simenc 
and Brian Dunmire. 

Coach Raicevich feels that 
things should inprove for next 
year if everyone comes back and 
there is some improvement. 
This was a young team that 
should have a lot of promise in 
future years. 

-Cindy Orlic 



GOLF 

Bedford 

Brush 

Mayfield 

North 

Maple 

Mentor 

South 

Bedford 

Brush 

Mayfield 

Morth 

Maple 

Mentor 

South 

SEASON RECORD 

WON 8 LOST 6 

G.C.C. RECORD 

WON 8 LOST 6 

LEAGUE FINISH fifth 



OPPONENT 
165 
203 
183 
179 
185 
156 
170 
169 
185 
172 
164 
175 
159 
162 



71 



Guys Make JUgiorrjh 

Boy's cross country run at Regional meet 



Despite losing Co-Captian Bob 
Jones to illness and suffering 
other illnesses and injuries 
the Boys Cross Country team had a 
good season, qualifying as a team for 
the Regional Meet and sending the 
first Euclid boy since 1985 to the 
State Meet, Co-Captain Bob Bell. 
Great finishes during the season 
were: fourth place at the North Coast 
Invitational, sixth place at the Lorain 
Invitational, Fourth place at the Dis- 
trict Meet, and a tie for third place in 
the Conference overall. The team was 
made up of Bob Bell, Marry Luikart, 
Mike Carney, Kevin Vance, Ken Wo- 
lenski, Steve Workman, and Chris At- 
las, a freshman who holds the prom- 
ise of good future teams at Euclid. 
Most Valuable was Bob Bell, Most Im- 
proved Mike Carney, Outstanding 
Freshman Chris Atlas. 

-Shannon Kelly 



FRESHMEN CROSS-COUNTRY 



EUCLID 

42 Mentor Ridge 

41 Mentor Memorial 

29 Lakewood 

30 Mentor Shore 
Walsh Invit. 

St. Joseph Invt. 
Edgewater Invit. 
Mentor Invit. 
SEASON RECORD 
WON LOST 4 
Q.C.C. RECORD 
WON LOST 3 



OPPONENT 
20 
20 
26 
25 
out of 7 
out of 7 
out of 7 
out of 7 



5 

7 
7 
7 



BOY'S CROSS-COUNTRY 
EUCLID OPPONEN1 

26 Chardon 3C 

25 St. Joseph 32 

19 West Geauga 4C 

22 Mayfield 32 
16 Maple 4t 
41 Mentor 2C 

23 South 32 
18 Bedford 4] 
33 North Ik 
28 Brush 2i 

(won on tie breaker) 



Avon Lake 

Walsh Tomahawk 

St. Joseph Inv. 

Malone 

North Coast 

Coaches Classic 

Lorain Inv. 

Conference 

District 

Regional 

SEASON RECORD 

WON 8 LOST 2 

G.C.C. RECORD 

WON 5 LOST 2 

LEAGUE FINISH third (tie) 



6 out of If 
11 out of 1( 

7 out of Ya 
18 out of 2( 

4 out of 1( 
6 out of It 
6 out of 2( 
4 out of i 
4 out of V- 
10 out of 4: 




Boy's Cross Country, Row one: Mike Carney, Chris Atlas, Brian francetic, Charles 
Nichols. Row two: Coach Tom Halbedel, Steve Workman, Bob Jones, Captain Ken 
Wolenski. 



Harry Luikart showing his stride. 



Boy's Cross Country 



72 



Girl's Go State 

India Ford wins state cross country meet 



This year's season for Girl's 
Cross Country had an ending 
every team dreams of. For the 
first time since the start of State 
Cross Country Meets for Girl's a team 
from Euclid was present. Another 
first was achieved when junior India 
Ford became Euclid's first individual 
State Champion in Cross Country. 
Junior Meredith Fitzgerald was also 
All-State with a seventh place finish 
at the state meet. The rest of this 
year's sensational team was: Lee 
Jackson, Senior Co-Captian Jill To- 
masi and Lisa Marvin, Coleen Bra- 
dach, Shannon Marek, Karen Ra- 
dachy, and Cindy Orlic. As a team, 
Euclid's girls had a great sixth place 
finish at the state meet, any team in 
the top 10 are among the state's 
elite. Other season highlights includ- 
ed a first place finish at the Walsh 
Jesuit Tomahawk Run, second place 
at the Malone College Invitational, 
third place at the District Meet, and 
third place at the Regional Meet. 

Congratulations to the team for a 
great season and Good Luck in what 
promises to be an even better season 
next year. 

-Shannon Kelly 



GIRL S CROSS-COUNTRY 




Coleen Bradach powering out of a 
turn. 




EUCLID 


OPPOnEnT 


24 Chardon 


33 


27 West Geauga 


30 


24 Mayfield 


33 


30 Maple Heights 


27 


29 Mentor 


30 


27 Willoughby South 


28 


15 Bedford 


46 


30 Eastlake north 


29 


17 Brush 


46 


Avon Lake 


4 out of 8 


Walsh Tomahawk 


1 out of 12 


St. Joseph 


5 out of 11 


Malone 


2 out of 19 


Morth Coast 


4 out of 6 


Coaches Classic 


5 out of 12 


G.C.C. 


2 out of 8 


Lorain 


9 out of 20 


District 


3 out of 15 


Walsh Warrior 


1 out of 11 


Regional 


3 out of 12 


State 


9 out of 16 


SEASOn RECORD 




WOn 7 LOST 2 




G.C.C. RECORD 




WOn 5 LOST 2 




LEAGUE FiniSH second 






State champion, India Ford and Lee Jackson and Meredith Fitzgerald 
on the course. 



Girl's Cross Country, Row one: Jody Wallette, Jill 
Tomasi. Row two: Coach Leo Collins, Karen Ra- 
dachy, Lisa Marvin, Heidi Ospelt. 



Girl's Cross Country 



73 



Pinned 

Varsity struggled! through disappointing season 
J,V, suffered from lack of students 



It was another building year 
for the Euclid wrestling 
team. There were not 
enough upperclassmen who 
went out for the team and 
hence, the weekly starting line- 
up consisted of no more than 
three seniors and two or three 
juniors. The rest were talented 
but inexperienced freshmen and 
sophomores. Because of this 
there was no freshman wrestling 
team and there were only a few 
people on the junior varsity 
team so they had to forfeit most 
of the matches. The team 
should be able to use this sea- 
son as a building block and be 
able to look forward to a much 
improved season in the future. 
-Matt Dane #119 



VARSITY WRESTLING 


EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


15 


Lake Catholic 49 


9 


Madison 48 


6 


Cleveland Hts. 47 


28 


Bedford 36 


28 


North 40 


22 


South 41 


25 


Brush 42 


9 


Mayfield 54 


10 


Mentor 57 


10 


Maple Hts. 52 


SEASON RECORD WON LOST 


10 




Q.C.C. 


RECORD WON LOST 7 


LEAGUE FINISH 7th 







Matt Dane struggling with 
his opponent from Eastlake 
North whom he was eventu- 
ally able to pin. 



Dave Sheck on top of his op- 
ponent trying to get him 
turned over. 



Below: Damon Cummings 
and Nike Sheridan working 
with their opponents. 




74 



Wrestling 




Wrestlilng Team, Row one: Damon Cummings, Chris McGlothan, Joe Cesa, Mark Swan, Mick Orazem. Row two: Ray LaManna, Dave Sheck, 
Tom Zovko, Rob Hornyak, Cory Sims, Ron Hornyak. Row three: Mike LaManna, Bernie Hohs, Buddy Marolt, Mike Beck, Marcos Gomez, Matt 
Dane, Dorian Gardner, Jeff Clarke. Row four: Chris Brent, Dave Stevens, Harold Andrews, Doug Higham, Gary LaTour, Jim Lake, Dan Burke, 
Greg Skok, Coach Tim D'Anna. 




Dave Sheck on top of his opponent. 



Greg Skok trying to turn his man around. 




^■k 

Steve Burke trying to gain control. 



Doug Higham trying to get out of a predicament. 



Wrestling 75 



75 



FWa In A Row 

Boys take G.C.C. for filth straight yaar 



The Panthers Boy's basket- 
ball team started the sea- 
son going for their fifth 
straight G.C.C. championship. 
They were expected to have a 
very good season and they lived 
up to the predictions. They fin- 
ished the season with only a 
couple of losses on their way to 
an unprecedented fifth straight 
G.C.C. championship. They en- 
tered the district tournaments 
seeded number one and rated 
number two in the entire Cleve- 
land area. 

The Panthers got strong play 
from Terry Roscoe, Terenz 
Parker, Terry Bush, Joe Meden, 
Marlon Moore, Justin Daugh- 
erty, Rick Smith and Stan Smith. 
The team had a strong bench so 
Coach Daugherty did not lose 
much talent when he had to put 
in substitutes. Terry Roscoe, 
Terenz Parker, Terry Bush and 
Joe Meden were among the top 
scorers in the area. Other mem- 
bers contributing to the overall 
success were Jason Weybrecht, 
Charles Yurcich, John Little, 
Derek Willis, Dave Lauver, Dar- 
ryl East, Dan Spehar, Matt Gar- 
bincus and Kenny Troy. The 
team consisted of both juniors 
and seniors so there should be a 
lot of talent for the coming 
years. 

-Charles Yurcich 




VARSITY BASKETBALL 
EUCLID OPPONENT 

82 Cleveland Hts. 70 

Bedford 65 

North 55 

St. Ignatius 76 

South 60 

Madison 34 
Mayfield 
Mentor 

Admiral King 67 

Maple Hts. " 81 

Bedford 54 

University 7 1 

North 40 

South 54 

East 63 

Brush 55 

Mayfield 60 

Mentor 57 

J9 Maple Hts. 73 

77 Brush 63 
SEASON RECORD WON 18 
LOST 2 

G.C.C. RECORD WON 13 LOST 1 
LEAGUE FINISH 1st 






Terenz Parker leaping high over the North 
player for a rebound. 




Marlon Moore and Terry Bush taking a jump shot. 



Terry Roscoe and Joe Meden on the court. 



76 



Boy's Basketball 




Varsity Boys Basketball, Row one: Jason Weybrecht, Rick Smith, Terry Bush. Row two: Charles Yurcich, John Little, Derek Willis, Dave Lauver, 
Darryl East, Dan Spehar, Matt Garbincus Row three: Marlon Moore, Jody Trocheck, Sonja Jones, Jennifer Harrison, Donna Hoag, Michelle 
Reed, Kenny Troy. Row four: Coach Doc Daugherty, Joe Meden, Stan Smith, Terenz Parker, Terry Roscoe, Justin Daugherty, Coach Turkall. 




'erry Roscoe goes up for a shot while Rick Smith and Marlon Moore wait Joe Meden coming down on a fast break with Terry Bush following. 
or a rebound. 



Boy's Basketball 



77 



The Euclid Boy's Basket- 
ball team had an extreme- 
ly succesful year finishing 
with a near perfect record of 13- 
1 in the G.C.C. and winning the 
G.C.C. title for the fifth year in a 
row. The team started off to a 
slow start with a loss to Cleve- 
land Heights but then went on 
and beat Bedford and Eastlake 
North. After a loss to St. Ignatius 
they went on to win seven in a 
row before a loss to University 
School. They then went on to 
win all but their last game to 
end a very successful season. 

The J.V. team consisted of 
Mark Cickavage, Brian Dunmire, 
Bill Jerin, Kevin Flynt, Dave 
Grice, Tim Haggerty, Ken Davis, 
Joe Sweet, Gary Meeks, Brian 
Bell, Joe Leonardi, Mike McDou- 
gall, Ed Bizay, John Vuyancih 
and Joe Plowosielski. 

The Freshman Boy's Basket- 
ball team finished the season 
with a 10-7 record and complet- 
ed another successful season. 
The players learned how to work 
together for the team and will be 
a great help in the coming 
years. 

-Darryl East 



Shooting For The Stars 

Boy's J,V, has a super year 
ard finishes first in G«C«G 



J. V. BASKETBALL 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


66 


Cleveland Hts. 


73 


62 


Bedford 


40 


44 


North 


37 


50 


St. Ignatius 


62 


75 


South 


44 


72 


Madison 


49 


53 


Mayfield 


35 


55 


Mentor 


50 


62 


Admiral King 


52 


60 


Maple Hts. 


38 


67 


Bedford 


39 


36 


University 


42 


59 


North 


53 


70 


South 


63 


72 


East 


58 


61 


Brush 


32 


63 


Mayfield 


50 


69 


Mentor 


48 


72 


Maple Hts. 


45 


43 


Brush 


46 


SEASON RECORD WON 18 




LOST 3 






G.C.C. RECORD WON 13 LOSTl 


LEAGUE FINISH 1st 





FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


58 


Ridge 


47 


48 


Shore 


46 


65 


South 


44 


42 


Mayfield 


53 


52 


Bedford 


32 


26 


Maple Hts. 


49 


45 


Brush 


39 


25 


Ridge 


39 


29 


Shore 


47 


40 


South 


37 


53 


Mayfield 


49 


55 


Bedford 


57 


42 


Maple 


35 


49 


Brush 


65 


34 


North 


37 


54 


South 


43 


50 


Fairport 


29 


SEASON RECORD WON 


10 


LOST 7 







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Mike McDougall, Brian Dunmire, Ken Davis, 
Kevin flynt and Gary Meeks in action against 
Eastlake north. 



78 



78 Boy's Basketball 




J.V. Boy's Basketball, Row one: Joe Leonardi, 
Bill Jerin, Mark Cickavage, Brian Dunmire. 
Row two: Kevin Flynt, Brian Bell, Joe Sweet, 
David Grice, Joe Nowosielski, Tim Haggerty. 
Row three: Coach Turkall, Mike McDougall, Ed 
Bizay, John Vuyancih, Gary Meeks, Ken Davis. 



Freshman Boy's Basketball, Row one: Gerald Gasiewski, Mark Kovace- 
vich, Brian francetic. Row two: Martin Marshey, Carl McCoy, Evert 
Smith, Ron Siedler. Row three: Daymond Callahan, Eddie Harper, David 
O'Neal, Michael Lu, Coach Echols, Bob Welch. 




Boy's Basketball 



79 



In his first year of coaching 
the varsity girls basketball 
team, Roy Fignatiello 
coached the girls to a second 
place QCC finish with an overall 
record of 15-4. The team 
brought back experienced play- 
ers from the previous year who 
helped bring everyone together 
as a team. The juniors now look 
forward to next season when 
they hope to be undefeated. 

-Shelley Tobias 



Closa But Mo Title 

Girl's varsity finishes second in CCC 




Jennifer Fetrie gets ready to take a shot while Mia 
Harrison gets ready for the rebound. 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 

EUCLID OPPONENT 



58 


Lake Cath. 


23 


50 


Gilmour 


43 


67 


Bedford 


43 


61 


North 


49 


58 


South 


55 


50 


Mentor 


42 


82 


Beaumont 


40 


44 


Maple Hts. 


51 


44 


Bedford 


39 


43 


Mayfield 


47 


57 


North 


45 


57 


South 


45 


54 


Brush 


45 


41 


Cntn. McKinley 


57 


58 


Mentor 


52 


62 


West Geauga 


31 


47 


Maple Hts. 


61 


58 


Mayfield 


36 


69 


Brush 


51 


SEASON RECORD WON 15 LOST 4 


G.C.C. 


RECORD WON 11 LOST 3 


LEAGUE FINISH 2nd 






Jennifer Fetrie drives for the layup while Mar- 
lene Hribar and Coleen Bradach come up to 
help her. 



80 



Girl's Basketball 




Varsity Girls Basketball, Row one: Shelley Tobias, Colleen Gallagher. Row two: Catinna Brew- Marlene Hribar being set upon by two defenders, 
ington, Coleen Bradach, Marlene Hribar, Andrea Colavecchio. Row three: Jennifer Hiser, Mia 
Harrison, Terri Blasius, Coach Pignatiello. 




Coleen Bradach takes a shot while Mia Harrison screens for her. 



Terri Blasius goes up for two. 



Girl's Basketball 



81 



The J.V. Girls Basketball 
had a winning season. 
With a tremendous team 
effort, these girls came together 
as a team, combining their indi- 
vidual talents. Sharing the wins 
and the losses helped make 
them all friends. Their coach. 
Sue Drienka also brought them 
together as a team. 

-Shelley Tobias 




The girls of the freshman 
team met with new chal- 
lenges this season be- 
cause this was their coaches 
first time at Euclid. Coach 
Barnes helped develop the girls 
into a winning team, once they 
got to know each other. The 
girls had alot of fun playing to- 
gether, and under their new 
coach, they built a sense of 
pride in their team. 

-Shelley Tobias 



Passing And Shooting 

Girl's J.V. has a successful ysor 




Above: Chris Subel and Jill Slattery moving 
around for a shot. Left: Action under the 
basket. 



Jill Slattery goes up for a shot while Christina 
Pinzarroni covers her. 



FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


20 


North 




44 


34 


South 




25 


36 


Ridge 




19 


20 


Magnificat 




42 


38 


Bedford 




8 


34 


Brush 




20 


29 


South 




34 


35 


Ridge 




26 


26 


Beaumont 




12 


36 


Bedford 




34 


32 


Brush 




13 


34 


Mayfield 




24 


SEASON RECORD 


WON 


11 


LOST 3 








G.C.C. RECORD WON 9 LOST 2 



J. V. BASKETBALL 

EUCLID 

51 

37 

40 

45 

36 

25 

42 

29 

40 

35 

25 

36 

43 

38 

47 

48 

40 



OPPONENT 
29 



Bedford 

North 30 

South 23 

Mayfield 37 

Mentor 35 

Beaumont 31 

Maple Hts. 33 

Bedford 24 

North 35 

South 21 

Brush 28 
Cntn. McKinley 45 

Mentor 56 

West Geauga 40 

Maple Hts. 51 

Mayfield 39 

Brush 32 

RECORD WON 11 



SEASON 

LOST 6 

G.C.C. RECORD WON 11 LOST 3 

LEAGUE FINISH 1st TIE 



82 



Girl's Basketball 




J.V. Girl's Basketball, Row one: Chris Pinzar- 
roni, Kelly Hodder, Renee Gembarski, Shanel 
Gibson, Denise Riedel. Row rwo.Yolanda Rich- 
ards, Cheryl Waller, Chris Subel, Jill Slattery, 
Sheila Hennings. Row three: Coach Drienka, 
Amora Francis, Angie McKean, Wendy Harris, 
Kelly Kekic, Karen Radachy. Mot pictured An- 
gie Collins. 



Freshman Girl's Basketball, Row one: Wendy 
Durket, Bonnie Struna, Meredith Mihalic, Erica 
Hick, Mate Rogonjic, Latonya Smith. Row two: 
Coach Mark Barnes, Monica Tomazic, Melissa 
Powalie, Julie Fekol, Jackie Hamilton, Vakeeta 
Simmons, Monique Hayes. Hot pictured: Regi- 
na Harper, Jean Enneper. 



The freshman team learning how to play 
together. 




Girl's Basketball 



83 



Running around indoors 

Indoor track prepares athletes for tha outdoors 



With early victories over 
Warrensville and John 
Adams, the Indoor 
Track team began another suc- 
cessful season. The newcomers 
on the team were quick to show 
the visiting teams the impres- 
sive strength and ability of Eu- 
clid athletes. 

Standouts on the team were 
sprinters Bob Yoe, Devan Jack- 
son and Irvin Corbitt. Distance 
events were led by Bob Jones, 
Chris Atlas, Donald Ross, Ken 
Wolenski and Kevin Vance 

The girls were led by Jill To- 
masi, Jody Wallette and Ginny 
Bush. 

-Shannon Kelly 



INDOOR TRACK 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


Won 


Wrnsvl Hts. 


Won 


Akrn. Bctl 


Won 


St. Ignatius 


Won 


Shaker 


Won 


John Hay 


Won 


Walsh Jesuit 


Participated 


K. of Columbus 


Participated 


Ohio State 


Participated 


Metric 


Won 


Riverside 


Participated 


Euclid Invt. 


SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 




Indoor Track, Row one: Jennifer Daly, Jody Holny, Keith Eubank, Chad Dulla, Bryan Peoples, 
Donald Ross, David Baioni, Dan Grisez, Maya Rufus, Tosha Elliott. Row two: Virginia Bush, 
Christopher Atlas, Kirk Gilbert, Morman Berry, Robert Yoe, Darryl L Thompson, Brian Jackson, 
Anthony Cucanich, Nehvon Tolbert, Kevin Vance, Meredith Eitzgerald, Lee Jackson. Row three: 
Coach Ramlow, Tracy Marincek, Kenneth Wolenski, Robert Jones, Jermaine McCaleb, Vernard 
Adams, James Shamp, Lawrence Nosse, Milton Wyley, Darryl Badley, Steven Workman, Lou 
Tomasi. 




Brian Jackson sprints his way to a victory. 



Bobby Yoe clearing the hurdle on his way to a 
victory. 



.84 



Indoor Track 



Not Slop Stick Comedy 

Hockay team spates to ar» axcslUtnt ssason 




Hockey, Row one: Wally Kuhen. Row two: Frank Soltesz, Joel Kerne, Matt Payne, "C" John Haggerty, Damon Cherne, Jeff Brown, Ray Morris, 
Leon Rozic, Mike Boyce. Row three: Asst. Coach Skip Martincic, Chris Alexander, "C" Tom Fitzpatrick, Bob Lemieux, Eric Cantini, Matt 
McPeek. Harry Luikart, Greg Cherne, Coach Forest Dixon. Row four: Vic Seper, Howard Tingley, Bob Bell, Chuck Marvin, Jason Heck, Matt Da- 
vis, "C" Jack Nemecek, Marc Fifolt. 




rom Fitzpatrick and Jack Kerne waiting for the 
r ace off. 




\re 



the beginning of the season, the 
hockey team was hoping for a .500 
i record. As the season unfolded, 
they realized that this goal was too con- 
servative. The players had practice every 
day at times that were more enjoyable 
for everyone. The year started out with 
one of Euclid's best showing in history 
at 7-0. After that, they went into a small 
slump and won only one of four games. 
After that, however, they got together 
again and finished by winning their divi- 
sion which had not been done for ten 
years, and having a winning season. 

The effort was accomplished by hard 
work from their defensemen, forwards 
and having strong goaltending. The 
team was a young one and are, there- 
fore, looking forward to more successful 
seasons in the coming years. A winning 
attitude was established. 

-Wally Kuhen 



Hockey Aides, Row one: Heather Pall, Cathy 
Kubinski, April Luikart, Karen Feletic, Janice 
Kozlowski. Row two: Cyndy Cramer, Missy 
Rocco, Gretchen Heck, Kim Mikich. 



HOCKEY 






EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


3 


Garfield 


2 


6 


Lakewood 


5 


5 


Parma 


4 


5 


Kent 


4 


4 


Erie Cath. 


3 


3 
2 

7 


Normandy 
Valley Forge 
Mentor 


2 

1 
3 


5 

7 


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Parma 


3 
2 


4 


Erie McDowell 


3 


3 
6 


Brooklyn 
Mentor 


4 
1 


3 
5 


Bay 
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4 

1 


1 
5 


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4 


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6 


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SEASON RECORD WON 15 LOST 4 



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nother year of early mornings for swim- 
mers. The 6:00 A.M. practices were tough 
but mandatory. The 1990 Boy's Swim 
Team had a good season, working hard to do 
well. This year's team was smaller than last 
year's, but still did well. Co-Captains Tim To- 
bin and Tom Reynolds swam all different 
events. 

Andy Logar, Bob Schmeling and Jason 
Chinni were the distance men. The sprinters 
were Tom Reynolds, Ken Gilbert, Matt Tomsic, 
John Burich and Peter Swyt. The backstrokers 
were Tim Tobin, Liam Collins and John Den- 
gel. Breaststrokers were Mike DiBartolomeo, 
Paul Kostansek and Kevin Gambarski. Mike Di- 
Bartolomeo, Brian Bush and Brian Shantery 
swam the butterfly. Tim Tobin did well in the 
individual medley. The divers were Ken Gil- 
bert, Mark Tomsic and Rob Galosi. 

-Bob Schmeling 

The Euclid girls swim team had a fine 89-90 
season. Pat Hartman was the coach of this 
young team consisting of mostly freshmen. 
There were a few sophmores and juniors and 
only 3 seniors. But despite the small size and 
age of the team the Lady Panthers worked 
hard to make the season a successful one. 

Practice started at 6 AM. After morning came 
a day of school. After school the girls swam for 
another two hours and then went home to eat, 
do homework, and then sleep. In order to be a 
swimmer you had to be tough mentally, and 
physically. 

A special thanks was in order for freshmen 
Mariana Zdrilic who broke three long standing 
records and to senior Jackie Thomas who's 
diving took first place in every meet, with a 
high score of 237. 

-Liz Mazzei 



Both boys arid girls swim teams 
have success iul seasons, 



BOY'S SWIMMING 


GIRL'S SWIMMING 






EUCLID OPPONENT 


EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


105 


St. Edwards 51 


91 


Beaumont 




78 


124 


Madison 36 


81 


Madison 




86 


64 


University 105 


74 


Laurel 




92 


111 


Beachwood 57 


112 


Beachwood 




49 


82 


Fairview 82 


103 


Mayfield 




66 


86 


Mayfield 85 


97 


Bay Village 




74 


83 


Bay Village 89 


90 


Bedford 




81 


76 


Bedford 96 


71 


Maple Hts. 




98 


100 


Shaw 70 


62 


Mentor 




110 


89 


Maple Hts. 83 


64 


Brush 




106 


68 


Mentor 104 


25 


Berea 




58 


84 


Brush 88 


SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 6 


29 


Berea 54 


G.C.C. 


RECORD WON 2 LOST 3 




SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 7 


G.C.C. 


FINISH 4th 






G.C.C. 


RECORD WON 2 LOST 3 










G.C.C. 


FINISH 5th 












Swimmers getting ready for their start. 




Coach Lou Davis being thrown into the pool after 
the Madison Meet. 



86 



Swimming 



Boy's Swim Team, Row one-Kevin Gembarski, 
Jason Chinni, John Dengel, Brian Bush. Row 
two: Pete Swyt, Mark Tomsic, Mike DiBartolo- 
meo, Paul Kostansek, Bob Schmeling, Liam 
Collins, Matt Tomsic. Row three: Matt 
Schwartz, Andy Logar, Ken Gilbert, Coach Lou 
Davis, Tom Reynolds, Tim Tobin, John Burich. 




Members of the swim team rooting their 
friends to victory. 





Girl's Swim Team, Row one: Co-Captain Jackie 
Thomas, Katie Patterson, Megan Tobin, Kim 
Miller, Patty Lux. Row two: Coach Pat Hartman, 
Melissa Parey, Melissa Wilson, Jody Wallette, 
Jody Holny. Row three: Dawn Crosby, Liz Maz- 
zei, Lee Swope, Becky Hopkins, Co-Captain 
Heidi Ospelt, Sonia Cencic. 



Swimming 



87 




Mrs. Koenig and Mr. Hartmann instructing in class. 




Mrs. Habat using strong-arm teaching techniques. 






Mr. Walsmith during parent-teacher conferences. 






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Mrs. Yuhas getting the cheerleaders ready for a game. 



Academics Divider 



88 




Mrs. Meyers working hard in the library. 



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Mr. Banc talking to parents at open house. 



The teachers of the early 
90's spark up the 
school with their devo- 
tion and love of their stu- 
dents. Forty years have gone 
by with changing staffs and 
students. The teachers have 
started with their Freshmen 
homerooms and have grown 
up with them until it was time 
for graduation. The greatest 
feeling for the Euclid staff was 
to see a teenager go from a 
lost, ignorant Freshman to a 
knowledgeble Senior ready to 
go out into the real world. The 
teachers at Euclid High 
School do much to influence 
the lives of the young. Teach- 
ers don't get to see the fruits 
of their labor until after the 
students mature. 

-Emily Smayda 




Mr. Smith patrolling the cafeteria. 



Miss. Carmody looking through her supply of 
paperbacks. 



Mr. Serra helping a student in class. 



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Mr. Mc Guinness, Miss. Bambic and Mr. Newell talking during Fresh- 
man orientation. 



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89 



The Top Brass 




William McGuinness, 
Principal 



Justin Antonini, 
Associate Principal. 



William Medvick, 
Twelfth Grade Unit Principal. 







Ron Seymour, 
Eleventh Grade Unit Principal. 



frank Perez, 
Tenth Grade Unit Principal. 



Ben Pasquale 
ninth Grade Unit Principal. 




Euclid School's Administration: Ron Victor: Business Manager, Lowell 
Davis: Treasurer, Kurt Stanic: Superintendent of Schools, John Fell: 
Director of Curriculum, Robert McLaughlin: Director of Pupil Personnel. 



School Board and Administrators: Ronald L. Victor, Carol DeWine, Low- 
ell B. Davis, President K. F. Van Ho, Kurt Stanic, Barbara E. Kramer, 
Vice-President Carol L. Bechtel, David A. Lawrence. 



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his year Euclid saw many changes involv- 
ing its administration as it ushered in a 
new Superintendent of Schools, Kurt 
Stanic, a 1969 graduate of Euclid. This year 



90 



was also significant in that Euclid schools wel- 
comed three new members to the School 
Board, Carol DeWine, Carol Bechtel and Barba- 
ra Kramer. Their hope was to again stress the 

Administration 



importance of education to Euclid's students 
and continue the tradition of excellence set 
forth through the years. 

-Carla Matiaska 



Polishing Our Future 



What would we ever do 
without our counsel- 
ors? Many of us have 
probably never asked ourselves 
this question. Counselors are 
simply there when we need 
them, so we take them for grant- 
ed. Counselors are our friends 
and confidants who help us to 
organize our busy school lives. 
They praise us when we're do- 
ing good, and reprimand us 
when we're not so good. Next 
time you see your counselor, re- 
member everything he's done 
for you and thank him for it. 
-Leeann Dobucki 




Robert Addis, Coordinator of Athletics. 



Brenda Barker, 12th Grade Counselor. 




Lynn Davis, 11th Grade Counselor. 
Ruth Krup, 9th & 11th Grade Counselor. 



Audree fox, 9th Grade Counselor. 

Anthony Russo, 10th & 11th Grade Counselor. 



Sue Harris, 10th Grade Counselor. 
Robert Yocum, Career Counselor. 




Counselors 



91 



Euclid's staff keep the school running smoothly 



Euclid High School is a 
school known for its ex- 
cellent education. Howev- 
er, this would not be possible 
without the dedication and hard 
work of our wonderful staff. Not 
only do the teachers enable the 
students to understand their 
studies, but many also guide 
the students in extracurricular 
activities. We also rely on the 
secretaries, custodians and hall 
monitors to keep everything 
running smoothly. For this we 
thank you, so keep up the good 
work!! 

-Lorena Orbanic 




On the field, in the choir room, during class and at conferences, our Euclid teachers 
always work hard to make things go well. 




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92 



Staff 




Jane Addis: Social studies, English, 
math. 

Stephen Alspaugh: Marching, Con- 
cert, Symphonic, Stage, and Pep 
band. 

Sue Amato. 
Edna Anderson. 
Anna Araca. 
Earl Archibald. 



William Attamante: Work-study 

Coordinater. 

Ronald A. Backos: Biology. 

Sandi Bambic: Freshman English, 

Law Enforcement, English. 

Tom Banc. 

Ethel Barbish. 

John Barcza: Introduction to physics 

and chemistry. Science topics. 



Stanford Bender: Biology, Basic 
Science. 

Charlotte Bensusan: Secretarial Spe- 
cialist, typing, speedwriting. 
Allen Black. 

Dolores Black: English, reading, 
American survey, British survey. 
Al Bleich. 
Gene Brearton. 



Patricia Buck: Physical ed, volleyball 
coach, dept. co-chair, fitness- 
nutrition 

Mike Burns: psychology, american 
government, geopolitics. 
Jan Carlson: Independent living, 
roods, fitness/nutrition. 
Judith Lynn Carmody. 
Wilma Carroll. 
Ron Chambers. 



Carmen Colaianni. 

Leo Collins. 

Holly Copp: Art department 

Chairperson. 

Doc Daugherty: Health, Physical Ed., 

Head Basketball Coach. 

Merry Dolter. 

Michael Durbin: Math, Personal 

Computers. 



Staff 



93 



Alex Dzerowicz. 
Reginald Echols. 
Rosalie Fette. 
Gale Flament: Art, 
Jane Fowler. 
Dan Francetic. 



Photography. 



Barbara Gates: Vocational Coordina- 
tor Special Ed. 
John Gibbons. 

James F. Goebel: Vocational Auto I, 
Pre Vocational Auto. 
Bill Gooding. 

Thomas Gubitosi: Latin, Spanish. 
Patricia A. Habat: Physics, Math II. 



Joyce Haffer. 

Tom Halbedel: Science, Biology, 
Head Coach Cross-Country, Assis- 
tant Track Coach. 

Ardelle Harrell: 12th grade unit office 
secretary. 

Jeff Hartmann: Social Studies, Ameri- 
can History, Assistant Varsity Base- 
ball Coach. 
Katherine Harwood. 
Rob Heramb. 



Carolyn Heuer: Social Studies. 
Joanne Hodder: Security Aide. 
Gabrielle Hodgins. 
Tom Hoffart. 

Frank Hoffert: AP European History, 
Government, Economics, Social 
Studies Chairperson. 
Richard Homovec. 



Deborah Houchins. 
Frank Jablonski: Honors English I, 
American Literature, Modern Com- 
munication, Reading I. 
Jan Kehn. 
Jim Kelley. 

Ellen Klein: Office Automation, Typ- 
ing, Work in Twenty-First Century. 
Cheryl Knox: Commercial Art I and II. 




94 



Staff 



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important part of their day. 




Staff 



95 



Meat Euclid's new PAL 



The latest in computer 
technology can be found 
in Euclid High School's 
PALS lab. PALS stands for Prin- 
ciple of the Alphabet Literacy 
System and is designed to help 
students who have difficulty 
reading and to help foreigners 
who understand the English lan- 
guage but can't read it very well. 
The program combines high- 
tech computer graphics with la- 
ser discs. The result is a kind of 
talking comic book that dis- 
plays words and pictures on the 
screen. This allows the student 
to read along while the comput- 
er tells a story. This program 
helps to rapidly increase stu- 
dents' reading skills. 

Also located within the PALS 
Lab is a separate IBM lab. The 
Personal System 2 computers 
are used by typing and key- 
boarding classes to help in- 
crease students' typing skills. 
Business classes, such as ac- 
counting and bookkeeping, also 
use the IBM lab. The entire lab 
was organized by Adam Paw- 
lowski with the help of Brian 
Ashman. 

-LeeAnn Dobucki 




Kelly Daugherty getting some helpful 
advice from Becky Roeder. 




Mrs. Williams showing our new PALS in action 



96 



Staff 




Ingrid Koenig: German. 

Jane Lellis: English II and III. 

Joan Lidrbauch: English, Eucuyo 

Advisor. 

Joan Linderman. 

Karen Little. 

Nary Lomac: English, Social Studies. 



Ken Lowe. 
Marge Lucas. 
Marc Manburg. 

Kathleen Marsh: Library Media Spe- 
cialist, Department Chairperson. 
Allan Matko: Occupational Work 
Adjustment. 

Judith Mc Laughlin: Junior Honors 
English, Junior English. 



Polly Mc Redmond. 

Carol Meyers. 

Aldona Miskinis. 

Ray Montani: Practical Automotives, 

Vocational Automotives II. 

Katie Morris: Science. 

Jo-Rita Mueller. 



Paul Newell. 
Carole niebes. 
Joan Paskert. 

Adam Pawlowski: Computer Coordi- 
nator, Mathematics. 
Robert J. Petrovic: Freshmen English, 
AP English, English Department 
Chairperson. 

Roy Pignatiello: Algebra I, Geometry, 
Personal Computers, Assistant root- 
ball Coach, Head Girl's Basketball 
Coach. 

Sally Pla: Trench, Spanish, German. 
Ronald Powaski. 

Jim Presot: Marketing and Manage- 
ment, Introduction to Business, Soc- 
cer Coach. 
Ellie Radaker. 
Mike Raicevich. 

Barbara Ramlow: English, AFS Club 
Advisor. 



Staff 



97 



Robert Ramlow: Co-Chairperson 
Physical Ed. Department, Head 
Coach Boy's Indoor and Outdoor 
Track. 

Charles Reno. 

Catherine Riczo. 

Ann Roberts: Mathematics. 

Joe Rodriquez. 

Joyce Russo. 



Fred Sallach: Geometry, Math for 
Modern Living. 

Sandra Sanborn: Math for Modern Liv- 
ing, Geometry, Transition to College 
Math, Math Analysis. 
Greg Sattler: OWE Coordinator. 
Bette J. Schmeling: Chemistry, Alge- 
bra, fundamentals of Math. 
Jennifer Schwan: English, ESL Tutor. 
Pete Schwenke. 



Mickey Segulin: Clinic, Health Aide. 
Mick Selvaggio. 
Paul Serra: Math. 
Janet Severino: English. 
Mike Sheck. 

Elaine R. Sheridan: Special Educa- 
tion, Learning Disabilities. 



Jim Simpson: Social Studies, OWE 
Lab. 

Bob Smith. 
Bonnie Smith. 

Wayne Smith: Honors World History, 
Non-Western Cultures. 
Frank Soltesz: Science, Biology, 
Track Coach. 

Barbara Spiga: English, Peer Tutor- 
ing Coordinator. 



Barb Springer: Main Office Secretary. 

Veronica Stadler. 

Judy Stobinski. 

Maria Stroup. 

Alecia Swaney: Security Aide. 

Carol Tkac 




98 



Staff 



Euclid's education goes back forty years 




Euclid's 40th anniversary 
started off well with the 
passage of the levy dur- 
ing the previous year. This en- 
abled many of the programs 
that had been cut that year in 
art, industrial arts, as well as 
other areas, to be reinstated. 
Because of that many students 
were able to take classes to 
broaden their horizons that they 
would not have been able to 
take before. This year's stu- 
dents were lucky enough to 
have those programs which 
were not offered last year. Let's 
hope that the programs can be 
continued in future years so se 
can maintain Excellent Educa- 
tion in Euclid Schools. 

-Lorena Orbanic 



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Staff 



Euclid's teachers ara dedicated 



Rosemarie Tonn. 

Chris Torrelli: Science. 

Peggy Torzewski: Library Assistant. 

Pat Turk: Security Aide. 



Dennis Turkall. 

Bill Von Benken: AP Chemistry, Hon- 
ors Chemistry, Chemistry, Ski Club 
and Yearbook Advisor. 
Robert Walsmith: Basic Math, Algebra 
I and II. 
Connie Warman: Secretary. 



Dan Wensing: Personal Computers, 

Calculus, High School Math, Math 

Analysis. 

Richard Wherley: Chemistry. 

Mary White: American History, World 

Cultures. 

Carol Williams. 




Mr. Raicevich instructing while stu- 
dents look on. 



Dick York: LD-DH Department Chairperson, Math, 
Science, English. 

Judith Zubizarreta: Spanish, Foreign Language 
Department Chairperson. 




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Staff 



Governor - Other 

Officials Will Have 
Part In Ceremony 



By Stan nlinotas 

Euclid's new, ultra-modem, 14,000,000 high school lo- 
cated at East 222nd st. and Tracy ave. will be dedicated 
formally this coming Sunday, October 30th with exercises 
starting promptly at 3:30 p.m. in the school. 

The building, however, will be open to the public for 
inspection purposes beginning at 1:30. 

Although much is yet to be accomplished in the way of 
landscaping the ground's and completing various details about 
the building, the massive structure is substantially completed 
for education purposes. 



Highlighting: the dedication cere- 
monies will be the appearance of 
Governor Frank J. Lausche who 
will deliver the principal address. 
Dr. Clyde Hissong, who hai been 
Director of Education and Superin- 
tendent of Public Instruction in 
Ohio for fix years, will bring greet- 
ings from the State Department of 
Education. 

Arrangements for the complete 
program are under the direction of 
Walter N. s c hwegler, assistant 
principal of the high school in co- 
operation with Principal Clifford 
G. Owens and Russell H. Erwine, 
superintendent. 

Russell Glass, president of the 
Euclid Board of Education will be 
presiding officer for the dedica- 
tion program which will be held in 
the auditorium. While the seating 
capacity of the auditorium is limit- 
ed to 1&60 M additional audience of 
nearly 8,000 will be abU to listen 
in on the program over the pottle 
address system in the gymnasium, 
library, choral rooms and various 
other rooms throughout the school. 
Governor Lausche will be intro- 
duced by Mayor Kenneth J. Sims 
while Dr. Hissong will be presented 
to the audience by Superintendent 
Erwine. Music for the occasion 
will be furnished by the high school 
band and male ensemble. 

At the close of the auditorium 
exercise*, Euclid American Legion 
Post 343 through Commander 
Howard Cocbel;, will present the 
school with a gigantic flag for its 
front lawn flagpole. Individual 
flags for each classroom will also 
be presented. 

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Special guests at the dedication 
will include superintendents of the 
various city and village schools and 
the members of the high school 
principal's association of Cuya- 
hoga County. With their wives, 
members of these organizations 



will occupy special scats on the 
stage during the urogram. 

The 'new high school, Euclid's 
pride and joy, consists of four 
units in reality although it is just 
one building, erected on part of 
110 acres of land near the geo- 
graphical center of the city.. Sixty- 
five of these acres belong to the 
citv, the rest to the School Board. 
You ran get an idea of the co- 
operative long-range planning be- 
tween city government and Board 
of Education from the fact that 
city plans call for extensive out- 
door playground facilities. 

The building units, ■ mentioned 
tbo.e, consist of an auditorium, 
gymnasium, natatorium and main 
structure with cafeteria, general 
offices, library and classrooms. 
Expaaaion joints between the units 
wer«_ necessary In construction. 
Across the front the building 
measures M3 fact, 490 feat on the 
longest side. a 

9,600 (las* blocks, coinciding 
with the architectural style of 
modern vari-colored brick, allow 
nature's light to enter inner stair- 
ways, gymnasium, swimming po»l. 
band and choral rooms. Acoustic 
ceilings are used throughout j 

All walls in the building, not I 
tiled, are colored, shaded plaster in I 
three colors, blue, green anu rose. 
Main and auditorium lobbies arc | 
of beautiful domestic and foreign 
marble. All corridor* are fluor- 
escent lighted, classrooms incan- 
descent. 



! The school has 45 general class- 
rooms and approximately thirty 
departmental offices scattered 
throughout the building, most of 
which have an outer waiting room. 
The pride of the student* and in- 
structors and visitors to the school 
are the throe shops, band and 
choral rooms, large library and 
cafeteria, industrial arts rooms 
and the commercial departments. 

The swimming pool, 42 by 76 
feet, regulation A. A. A. six*, has a 
capacity of 180.000 gallons. The 
double gymnasium, with two full 
aixe playing courts, has a seating 
capacity of Z500 for main games. 

Other general statistics that add 
up to making the school tops in its 
class include: 1800 recessed lock- 
ers colored differently by floors, 
five public pay phones; two re- 
freshment stations adjoining gym; 
eight rolling grills to segregate 
sections of the building; classroom 
chimes for class changes; inter- 
com system for general offices; 
custom-built sound system with 
AM and FM radio and talk-back 
communication from all classrooms 
and offices. In general, every mod- 
ern idea has been incorporated into 
the building to make it pleaaant 
for the atudents, faculty and even 
the maintenance crew. For the 
latter, ceramic tils walls, terraxzo 
and linoleum floors and plenty of 
storage space in every section of 
the building are a "godsend'*. All 
exterior openings (71 floors and 
.36 windows) are aluminum. 

In back of the building. is an 
adequate parking area for teachers 
plus a spacious general parking 
area. Beyond this area are two 
practice football f ielda, soccer field, 
while yet to be completed are base- 
ball and softball fields. Although 
the running track and atraightway 
and the main football field are in, 
plans call for completion of the 
stadium with concrete stands and 
lighting for night football in the 
near future. 



Staff 



101 




The darling, gleeming smiles of Kim Mikich 
and Missy Rocco. 



Stacey Colonna: up close and personal. 



Anthony Yanni and John Arlesic stand guard 
as Bob Yoe hides behind Kristen Golinar. 








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102 



Underclass Divider 




Betsy Cayne, Becky Karnak and Suzi Brkic are all smiles for their senior year. 



As freshmen we are 
laughed at, spit on and 
made fun of. We can be 
described as the four-eyed 
geeks running to class for fear 
we might be late. As sopho- 
mores it seems we've been for- 
gotten for the time being. Noth- 
ing to look forward to, nothing 
to look back on. As juniors we 
can look forward to our final 
year of high school, our senior 
year. But we are seen by others 
as the weakest upcoming senior 
class ever. That's the way it's al- 
ways been and always will be. 
We are the underclassmen. 
-Liz Mazzei 




Hiding from us, Michelle Reed? 



Getting extremely close to Patty Lux. 



Mitch Bergin gets hold of a bad fry. 



Underclass Divider 



103 



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rreshmen came to Euclid High School with a 
sense of awe. They can't believe it's so huge. 
Two pools, two gyms, an indoor track, a plane- 
tarium, the E-room, there's so much there. Much 
time was spent trying to figure out where the classes 
were. It was hard to believe that in three years they 
will be seniors. 



Miss Addis' first period English: Row one: Carla Marcelli, Angela Sustarsic, 
Sylvia Swanson, Kathy Young, Fam Robinson, Jerianne Bleigh. Row two: 
Tasha Elliot, Deshawn Hodge, JeffSpicer, Chris Riggar, Priest Moore, Kim 
Walter. 

Miss Bambic's first period English: Row one: Bonnie Struna, Jennifer Daly, 
Kathy Walsh, Lesley Hamilton, Michelle Derganc, Wayne Wilson. Row two: 
Dorhonda Greyer, Kari Fetrik, Shonte Jones, Maureen Meyers, Denice 
Virant. Row three: Gabrielle Ursich, Kiesha Brown, Julie Fekol, Jennifer 
Wolchko, Bob Lemieux. Row four: Al Cervar, Jeff Smith, Dan Kohler, Jim 
Masterson, Anton Williams, James Timm. 






freshmen are exposed to many new activities at Euclid High School. 



Mr. Petrovic's first period English: Jacqueline Straus, Linda Giancola, 
Matthew A. Cirino, Michael Boyce, Mosadi-Rra Garner. Row two: Mike 
Kelly, Chad Dixon, Theodore Shepherd, David Korb, Jacqueline Hamil- 
ton. Row three: Jerry Hill, Brian Petrowski, Scott Herbert, Victor Seper, 
Michael Nagy, Mark Del Monte. 



Freshmen 






Waiting for snacks in the cafeteria. 



Mrs. Ramlow's first period English. Row one: Shawn Neal, Steve Vaccarino, 
Chris Mahovlic, Dana Gainer, Ed Sedmak, Jenny Schultz, Mrs. Ramlow. 
Row two: Garry Caldwell. Yvonne Hill, Melinda Gray, Greg Frank, Sheba 
Cleveland, Tina Wilson. 

Mrs. Tkac's first period English. Row one: Mrs. Tkac, Jason Fetrasko, Julie 
Montagner, Jenny Dineen, Rob Roll, Laura Nickell, Andrew Ehrhardt. Row 
two: Brian Francetic, Elizabeth Slogar, Ginger Fomiecko, Ron Hornyak, 
Jim Bas, Andy Sadler. Row three: Adam Reichman, Greg Bauer, Jae Amos, 
Mike Kating, Mike Lu, David Kale. 



Mrs. Bambic's second period English. Row one: Kenya White, Lauren 
Scheurman, Holly Slaybaugh. Sarah Madden, Maria D'Amico, Debra 
Gustafson, Jodi Honly. Row two: Danno Meros, Stacy Gustafson, Casey 
Cool, Suzanne Skrab, Jozefina Mance. Row three: Lisa Gavin, Jody 
Wallette, Erika Drake, Shannon Christen, Rebecca Bechtel, Stacie Ev- 
ans. Row four: Jerry Gasiewski, Chyrese Boyd, Chris Atlas, Ben Juengel, 
Sam Marchuk, Faul Minnillo. 




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Mr. Petrovic's second period English, Row one: April Luikart, Andrew 
Derezic, Thomas Gugliotta, Davong Vannarath, Dawn Hausen. Row two: 
Gerard Echon, Jason Sipes, Zeljko Tolo, Larry Harris Jr. Row three: 
Jason Baylog, Deshawn Short, Cleveland Brown, Regina Harper, Donell 
Williams. 




Mrs. Ramlow's third period English, Row one: Tara Behun, Yonnie Jones, 
Mita Gage, Jackie Welch, Kristy Walden, Matt Barkoot. Row two: Tara 
Smith, Damon De Andrade, Antoinette Fleetwood, Michel Mitchel, Da- 
vid Coleman, Mrs. Ramlow. Row three: Paul Hartson, Ramone Perry, 
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Mrs. Russo's third period English, Row one: Mate Siplock, Meredith 
Mihalic, Kelly Marunowski, Melissa Rychlik, Jennifer Picozzi, Crissy 
Bunn. Row two: Bridie Carroll, Greg Cherne, Shawn Thomas, Mate Ro- 
gonjic, Geri Thornburg, Mrs. Russo. Row three: Jumal Trice, Keith Eu- 
bank, Shannon Ramsay, Kevin Granito, De Moulh Dudley. Row four: 
Matt Sholtis, Chris Morton, Mike Clark, Mike Hawthorne, Marty Moushey. 



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Freshmen found the assemblies to be very awe inspiring. 



Mrs. Tkac's third period English, Row one: Shelley Abbey, Val Urban, 
Johnny Booker, Tameka Pollard, Lillian Johnson. Row two: Monte Jack- 
son, Tammy Harmon, Bryan Shantery, Ericka Head, Mrs. Tkac. Row 
three: Arlin Wallace, Philip Mc Call, James Lyons, De Launda Benjamin, 
Chawn Brent. Row four: Steve Orsulic, Mike J. Riha, Alfred Harper, Eric 
Green, Steven Wise, Jason Holloman. 



Miss Carmody's fourth period Englis, Row one: Michelle Durket, Michelle 
Sneperger, Monica Williams, Marquetta Wylie, Sandy Schwam. Row two: 
Miss Carmody, La Tonya Summerville, Jeremy Denholm, Steve Wil- 
liams, Joe Wein. 




Kim Mikich, Missy Rocco and Mrs. Ramlow discuss AES at Freshmen 
Orientation. 








Mrs Miebes' fourth period English, Row one: Dan Carlton, Karly Kovac, Miss Schwans fourth period English, Row one: Mark Swan, Wendy Dur- 
Anaie Trzcinski Silvia Orsulic, Cindy Arnold. Row two: Amanda Luke, ket, Dustin Schulz, Mike Ray, Andy Sunderlund, Mike Duke. Row two: 
Vince Sztul, Kate Patterson, John Molan. Mrs. Miebes. Scott Trimmer, Carl Mc Coy, Gary Meeks, Aundray Toney, Chad Dixon, 

Miss Schwan. 



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Picking out a nutritious meal is always enjoyable. 



Miss Carmody's fifth period English, Row one: Jerome Hall, Tony Susn- 
jara, Jake Roberts, Ramona Taylor, Ikeira Gray. Row two: Gretchen 
Vogel, Sam Taylor, Ever Smith, Lisa Wright, Damian Grayes, Miss. Car- 
mody. Row three: Mike Burns, Cindi Caldwell, Jim Shamp, David Pod- 
more, Dwayne Slaughter, Kirk Gilbert. 

Mrs. Russo's fifth period English, Row one: Mary Wein, Matt Lanzaretta, 
Jolie Negrelli, Kelly Adams, Kim Swearingen, Crystal Holt. Row two: 
Vakeeta Simmons, Ray La Manna, Jeremy Wojdak, Melanie Wargo, Pa- 
trice Euller, Mrs. Russo. Row three: Chris Alexander, Ron Siedler, Kelvin 
Bailey, Wendy Myles, Pat Longbrake, Robert Hutson. Row four: Fred 
Karaba, Mark Fuduric, Mike Petterson, Josh Jones, Bob Welch, Eric 
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Miss. Amato's sixth period English,. Row one: Melissa Wilson, Jennifer 
Simenc, Nate Young, Tiffany Fisher, Rachel Pikus, Cindy Ujcich, Anita 
Zajec. Row two: Miriam Hohs, Cathy Caine, Hallie Morrison, Mark Kova- 
cevich, Chrissy Dennick, Miss Amato. Row three: April Haynes, Randy 
Babic, Ray Morris, Erik Kobal, Josh Boncha, Toni Yafanaro. Row four: 
Jeff Clarke, Darryl Badley, Paulina Valentic, Tamika Bailey, Jennifer 
Brizes, Derek Albright, Sean Popovic. 



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Waiting in line in the cafeteria. 

Mr. Jablonski's sixth period English, Row one: Lisa Aspinwall, Maria 
Spada. Carol Dacar, Jennifer Berry, Qwen Crombie. Row two: Jenni 
Masek, Anne King, Ellen Mansperger, Dawn Medved, Mr. Jablonski. Row 
three: Monica Cable, Frank Tomaro, Andrew Newsome, Mark Taylor, 
Todd Shuskey. Row four: John Kobe, Robyn Barwidi, Mariana Zdrilic, 
Nancy Certic, Terry Howard. 




Mrs. Ramlow's sixth period English, Row one: Edwin Robinson, Patty 
Mogyorody, James Biggon, Brian Macleod, Cheryl Gerland, Demetria 
Jones. Row Two: James Bucknot, Chris Bailey, Renee Harrell, Ra Shon 
Thomas, Audrey Gboney, Mrs. Ramlow. Rob three: Giuliano Caterina, 
Greg Williams, Rich Soprek, Jason Pursley, Bryan Walczak. 



Miss. Bambic's seventh period English, Row one: Kathie Brodzinski, Eric 
Carlson, Barb Hasty, Susan Lishing, Tiffany Bridges. Row two: Jennifer 
Harrison, Eddie Harper, Jermaine Williams, Dan Burke, La Sondra Rich- 
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Having fun at a dance. 

Mrs. Niebes' seventh period English, Row one: Maggie Maurer, Ken 
Rose, Ken Novak, Kesa Gadson, Brian Bush, Rachel Chitwood. Row two: 
Tony Shields, Melissa Powalie, Dawie Moore, Monica Tomazic. Row 
three: Eric Dysart, Derek Harsh, Linda Turchik, Jimmie Lake, Shaquita 
Farrow. Row four: Kevin Dietz, Mladen Erak, David O'Neal, Matt Davis, 
Jason Woide. 




Mr. Petrovic's seventh period English, Row one: Michelle Kusa, James 
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Mr. Jablonski's eighth period English, Row one: Melissa Powalie, Chris- 
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Ashman, Tonia Ashurst. Row two: Susan U, Mario Covic, Jane Marchuk, 
Monique Jurgensen, Olympia Christides. Row three: Jeff Kristoff, Joe 
Mc Crone, Chad Dulla, Kelly Bartel, Eric Cantini. 



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participate in sports. 

Mrs. Miebes' eighth period English, Row one: Jennifer Wolenski, Conni 
Kadras, Dawn Jerele, Kim Veedmont, Denise Mishler, Becky Thomp- 
son. Row two: Robbin Jones, Kimberly Rupp, Piakia Ransaw, Alice Fer- 
enac, Keri Simon, Lynda Knistautas. Row three: Lamicca Blackwell, 
Liam Collins, Jim Puglia, Matt Fifolt, Shawn Jernigan, Matt Baer. 

Mrs. Russo's eighth period English, Row one: Jason Qustetic, Akila 
Robinson, Jill Toplin, Jennifer Griffin, Lisa Mytrosevich, Denise Miller. 
Row two: Virginia Bush, Shannon Chrestoff, Jean Enneper, Kristen 
Akos. Row three: Melissa Marinelli, Eileen tlannan, Bryan Peoples, Paul 
Miocic, Tony Marusic. Row four: Tony Beletic, Joe Salopek, Paul Roth, 
Shawn Kmetz, Eric Roth. 



Mrs. Tkac's eighth period English, Row one: Ray Perme, Derrick Sparks, 
Tamika Watson, Mike Berardinelli, Angelina Popp, Christie Mlac, Teresa 
Penny. Row two: Selenea Cox, Kim Sabel, Monique Hayes, Latonya 
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Oh Ho! Grcicb I - 0! 

Sophomore year Is one of change 



Sophomore. The dictio- 
nary says this is a term 
meaning, the oxymoron, 
wise-fool. However, members of 
this class will enthusiastically 
beg to differ. 

Sophomore year is a time of 
change for a student. Bad deci- 
sions from freshman year have 
to be corrected and more is ex- 
pected from you. Since this is 
susally the year students turn 
16, more and more responsibil- 
ities are given to them, i.e. the 
driver's license. 



On the other hand, by sopho- 
more year, high school life be- 
comes more familiar. You've 
grown out of the "gullible fresh- 
man" stereotype. You don't fall 
for the "quarter glued to the 
floor" gag so easily anymore, or 
at least know of a way of getting 
it off. By the end of the year, 
you've wised up and been sized 
up for the junio year. Enjoy the 
days while they last and always 
keep the faith. 

-Bill Castrovince 




Mike Witczak swearing he'll never do it 
again. 




Dawn Crosby and Tracy Marincek enjoying 
themselves at a dance whileBand members 
enjoy themselves at a football game and 
much of the student body enjoy themselves 
at a pep rally. 



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112 




Michelle Abshire 
Adam Albano 
Myisha Alexander 
John Apuzzio 
John Arlesic 
William Aube 



Amy Ayer 
Jennie Ayers 
Thomas Babb 
Bryan Bachelor 
Christopher Bailey 
David Baioni 



Ronald Balante 
James Ball 
Shelley Banning 
Stephen Barstow 
Ted Bechtel 
Michael Beck 



Edward Beder 
Jody Behun 
Brian Bell 
Nikki Bell 
Tomas Berzinskas 
Kamel Bey 



Derrick Bibbs 
Gregory Bitner 
Edward Bizay 
Juliet Blackford 
Lonzelle Booker 
Shamarr Borden 



Brian Bowers 
Sherita Bowling 
Nancy Boyce 
Benjie Boyd 
Jennean Boykin 
Charles Brooks 



Darrell Brooks 
Stacey Brown 
Anthony Bruketa 
Ondre Bryant 
Matthew Bunderland 
Nicholas Burdock 



Bridget Burich 
Saulius Butkus 
David Caldwell 
James Calwise 
Joseph Capuozzo 
Christine Carlton 



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113 



Tiffany Carter 

Jacquelyn Chambers 

Donaze Chatman 

Stephanie Christopher 

Mark Cickavage 

Msia Clark 



Shaun Clark 

Vernetta Coffer 

Brian Coleman 

Angela Collins 

Angelique Colon 

Stacey Colonna 



Anthony Congin 

Danielle Coulter 

Thandeka Cox 

Leonard Craig 

Micole Crawford 

Dawn Crosby 



Anthony Cucanich 

Damon Cummings 

Ronald Cunningham 

Tessa Cunningham 

David Cupar 

Amy Curry 



Michael Curtis 
Thomas Cutwright 
William Cvelbar 
Tiffany Dallas 
Matthew Dane 
Kenneth Davis 



Harold De Boe 

Irene Dejak 

Jennifer Dell 

John Dengel 

Tiffeney Dennis 

Michael Di Bartolomeo 



Samuel Di Bartolomeo 

Micole T Dickerson 

Jennifer Dietz 

John Di Fasquale 

Angela Dixon 

Dennis Dixon 



Stewart Doboze 

Ronald Dodge 

Jeffrey Dolsen 

John Dombrowski 

James Dorazio 

Renee Douglas 




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114 



Looking Fowcircl 



Sophomores spinel time looking to Future 



Sophomores kind of got 
lost in the crowd, they 
were not really new to the 
school, but they didn't fit in with 
the upperclassmen either. It 
was a confusing year, but they 
did what they had to, to get 
through it so they would be pre- 
pared to have as much fun as 
possible in their junior and se- 
nior years. 

-Jenny Leyendecker 




Sophomores looking forward to better opportunities in the future 



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Sophomore 



115 



Growing Up 



Sophrnorsts faal school shrinks whiH* liv«45 axpcind 




Your sophomore year 
should have been one of 
the most memorable. By 
then you should have grown ac- 
customed to the school and 
could almost find all your class- 
es without getting lost. Your 
number of friends had grown. 
You were no longer the "ba- 
bies" of the school and began to 
receive some recogntion. If you 
had not yet participated in any 
activities before, this was the 
year to do it. 

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Steve Dowell 
Michael Duchon 
Brian Dunrnire 
Mishell Durket 
Mickelle Dwyer 
James Edsall 



Katie Ells 

Christopher Emrich 
Jeffrey Engelke 
William Eppich 
Hariri Esch 
Matthew Faulisi 



Michelle J Ferrato 
Jennifer Fetkovich 
Kimberly Florian 
Brett Flowers 
Christin Fogarty 
Amora Francis 



Ivan Franic 
Natalie Franic 
Christina Gaeta 
Kristen Qajowski 
Edward Galosi 
Robert Galosi 



Tabitha Gamble 
Amy Garbincus 
Dorian Gardner 
Max Gast 
Yvonne Gboney 
Renee Gembarski 



Lynn Gessler 
Joseph Gibaldi 
Kimberly Gibson 
Shanel Gibson 
Joseph Godina 
Joseph Gojevic 



Kristen Golinar 
Marcos Gomez 
Meghan Gorman 
Heather Graffius 
Samantha Graves 
Scott Gray 



Angelissa Grayer 
Roshawn D Greer 
David Grice 
Danelle Griffiths 
Pamela Grisard 
Dan Grisez 



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Jeffrey Grossman 

Janelle Groves 

John Gugliotta 

Timothy Haggerty 

Tona Haile 

Robert Harris 



Semika Harris 

Wendy Harris 

Marganna Hartman 

Tamara Hausen 

Rachel Hayes 

Alana Haynes 



Gretchen Heck 

Sheila Hennings 

Christina Herbert 

Marrico Herman 

Leslie Higham 

Lehendro Hill 



Jennifer Hiser 

Karen Hochschild 

Kelly Hodder 

Kenyadus Hollins 

Latrice Holloway 

Dawn Howard 



Janet Huddleston 

Kirk Israel 

Devan Jackson 

Susan Jakopanec 

William Jerin 

Davion Johnson 



Don Johnson 

Melvin Johnson 

Stacy Jolly 

Tiffany Jones 

Julie Juratic 

Susan Juratovac 



Jeffrey Kaleal 

Kyle Kalinowski 

Michael Karabinus 

Laurie Kausek 

Lynn Keaveney 

Anthony Keffer 



Kelly Kekic 

Lisa Kekic 

Devin Kelley 

Matthew Killion 

Joon Kim 

David Kimball 




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118 



Duly Forty Years OlcL«Recilly 

EHS starting to show its ogu 



Forty years of wear and tear 
had taken their toll on 
good old Euclid High 
School. 1989 with more than 
it's share of problems. The week 
before winter break was to be- 
gin, several tubes in the boiler 
began leaking, causing heating 
problems throughout the 
school. The plan was to fix 
them during the winter break. 
Because of one of the most se- 
vere Decembers on record, 
classes were cancelled the day 
before vacation was to begin. 
Then, during the break, as some 
pipes were repaired, others 



broke flooding the cafeteria, E- 
Room Ballroom, some English 
rooms, the Little Theater, a ma- 
chine shop and the planetarium. 
The flooding in the E-Room Ball- 
room exposed asbestos in the 
ceiling that was due for removal 
during spring break. With the 
flooding it was decided to re- 
move the asbestos immediately 
after winter break which necessi- 
tated closing of the E-Room and 
subsequent rearrangement of 
study halls and other activities. 
Besides the flooding, the en- 
tire E-Room was found to be 
sinking due to a weak founda- 



tion. The girl's pool was also in 
disrepair with paint falling from 
the ceiling and walls. The roof 
over the boy's gym wing was 
also leaking. 

Ironically, the original school 
building had had the least prob- 
lems of all the sections of the 
school. The E-Room was added 
in 1966 and the boy's gym wing, 
including the Planetarium and 
the Little Theater, was built in 
1972. Overall the building's 
first 40 years ended in a state of 
higher entropy. 

-Kevin A Vance 



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As a sophomore, students 
have a chance to take the 
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This test is a practice for the 
ACT which is required by many 
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Sophomores 




Monolito King 
Daniel Kirchner 
Dustin Kocina 
Paul Kostansek 
Cory Kouns 
Jeffrey Kowalski 



Robert Kramer 
Anthony Kucaric 
Candace Kucinski 
Joseph Kugel 
Colleen Lanzaretta 
Seona Latine 



Darrell Lausche 
Sahara Lovey Lawrence 
Dionne Lawson 
Paul Lech 
Joseph Leonardi 
Joy Lewin 



Stephen Lindsey 
Debra Long 
Nicole Lott 
Kristen Loveless 
Candi Lukat 
Kimberly Lyle 



Michele Lynn 
Mike Mannarino 
Melissa Marchuk 
Shannon Marek 
Tracy Marincek 
Oliver Markon 



Terri Mason 
De Vonna Mauldin 
Kelly Mc Candless 
Michael Mc Oougall 
Erica Mc Duffle 
Deliska Mc Ghee 



Tyran Mc Ghee 
Martin Mc Grath 
Danielle Mc Groder 
Angela Mc Kean 
Mary Mc Namara 
Jennifer Melnyk 



Lydia Mikulcic 
Donovan Mitchell 
Michael Mitchell 
Heather Mock 
Denise Moore 
Donna Morgan 



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Elizabeth Moster 

Kathy Muscarella 

Damien Myers 

Rachel Norton 

Lawrence Nosse 

Joseph Nowosielski 



Colleen Nugent 

Noreen Nugent 

Jack Nykiel 

Michelle Oboczky 

Susan Fae 

James Paolucci 



Marc Parker 

Shane Perrino 

Anne Pekol 

Tequila Pennington 

Nicholas Perry 

Jeffrey Pesek 



Tracy Petkovic 

Benjamin Pfahl 

Jason Phillis 

Karen Phipps 

Dan Pike 

Christina Pinzarroni 



Jacqueline Piscitello 

Michelle Plevelich 

Joe Ponsart 

Kelvin Posey 

Steve Powell 

Angela M Pritchett 



Joseph Pupo 

Karen Radachy 

Marija Raguz 

Amy Ransdell 

D Emmett Ray 

Michelle Reed 



Katie Rhodes 
Leslie Richards 
Olympia Richards 
Denise Riedel 
Debrah Risko 
Kimberly Ritz 



Trances Rivera 

Hope Robinson 

Leon Rozic 

Juanselyn Ruben 

Christy Ruffo 

Ann Ruggeri 




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Paul Runza 
Jonathan Sajetowski 
Marnie Salupo 
Joshua Samas 
Kristen Sarpolis 
Robert Savchuk 



Keith Scheurman 
Deana Schiavoni 
Robert Schmeling 
Kim Schmidt 
Kathleen Schoen 
Richard Schoval 



Holly Scott 
Tom Sedmak 
Denyel Sfura 
Darshi Shah 
Patricia Shady 
Daniel Shimko 



Phillip Sillia Jr 
Marko Simic 
Joyce Simmons 
Dionne Sims 
Steven Sirk 
Marie Skidmore 



Anna Skrtic 
Jill Slattery 
Emily Smayda 
Chanetta A Smith 
lesha Smith 
Nelleeta S Smith 



Michelle Sneperger 
Stephen Snitzky 
Sean Socha 
Frank Soltesz 
Christian Somrak 
Gregory Sonnhalter 



Richard Soprek 
Dominic Soric 
Jennifer Spada 
Dreana Speed 
Samantha Spencer 
Catherine Spiegel 



Robin Staples 
Adrienne Strukel 
Molly Struna 
Angela Stryjewski 
Christine Subel 
Gwendolyn Summers 



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Heather Swan 

Erick Swanson 

Joe Sweet 

Peter Swyt 

Nicole Taysom 

Tracy Tekavec 



Anthony Terlizzi 

Brian Thomas 

Michael Thomas 

Ra Shon Thomas 

Spencer Thomas 

Frederick Thompson 



Kathryn Tillinghast 

Megan Tobin 

Nehvon Tolbert 

Zahrod Tolbert 

Mark Tomsic 

Nicole Toth 



Wendy Turk 

Conine Turkall 

Jennifer Van Ness 

Daniel Vega 

Michelle Voll 

Nicholas Vunderink 



John Vuyancih 

Anthony Walker Jr 

Rhoan Wallace 

Sheena Wallace 

Cheryl Waller 

Karrie Waltermire 



Cherie Walters 

Renee Walton 

Eric Wandersleben 

Wendy Wang 

Damon Ware 

Terry Watkins 



Jason Webb 

Josef Wein 

Russell Weiss 

Cynthia Welsh 

Kimberly Whiteman 

Dranoel Wilkerson 



Gregory Williams 

Juan Williams 

Steve Williams 

Michael Witczak 

Richard Wolf 

Steven Workman 




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Virginia Yee 
Robert Yoe 
Letitia Young 
Mathan Young 
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Jackie Zele 
Jennifer Zele 
Brian Zemba 
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Juniors anxiously await their senior year 



The junior year was a 
time for decisions. It 
was a time to think 
about college, maybe get a 
job, or even decide what to 
wear that day. You could walk 
around acting like you owned 
the school, but there was al- 
ways a senior present to re- 
mind you of who you were. It 
was a year to begin preparing 
to take those lettered exams 
like the ACT and the SAT, and 
wondering if it would be pos- 
sible to get a negative score 
on them. Of course, it was the 
year that you would most 
probably get that most highly 
honored piece of plastic: your 
drivers license. 




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126 




Quintin Acoff 
Mitchell Addy 
Derykka Albright 
Kerri Alesnik 
Thomika Anderson 
Harold Andrews 



Brandi Anewich 
Stacey Apanaites 
Tina Armold 
Dianne Baird 
Dwayne Baker 
Patti Baker 



Matthew Barley 
Sharon Barrett 
Carla Bartlett 
Talya Bates 
Jennifer Beck 
Stephen Behun 



Doreen Beining 
Latrice Bell 
Mitchell Berzin 
Michelle Berzinskas 
Theresa Blasius 
Lee Bock 



Gerald Boiner 
Wanda Borgione 
Jocelyn Boros 
Victoria Boros 
Edward Boyle 
Shawna Bradac 



Coleen Bradach 
Catinna Brewington 
Christopher Brickman 
Suzi Brkic 
Brigett Brokaw 
Andre Bryant 



Ronald Bryant 
John Burich 
Patricia Burke 
Stephen Burke 
Wendy Bydash 
Rhonda Calhoun 



Tracy Capuozzo 
Patrick Carey 
Anthony Carmigiano 
Kelly Carney 
Michael Carney 
Bryant Carroll 



Juniors 



127 



Jason Carroll 

Tamiko Carter 

M Rogelene Castro 

Betsy Cayne 

Christine Cecelic 

Sonia Cencic 



Leslie Cercek 

Joseph Cesa 

Ronald Chandler 

Tennisha Chatman 

Eric Chebo 

Brandon Cheraso 



Damon Cherne 

Christine Chiancone 

Soo Chun 

Christopher Ciulla 

Adrienne Ciuprinskas 

Keith Clark 



Shawn Clark 
Michael Clay 

Terry Cobb 
Andrea Colavecchio 

Maria Cook 
Charles Cool 



Irvin Corbitt 

Christine Cotter 

Jodie Culliton 

Rashonda Cummings 

Anthony Curry 

Vidal Curry 



Michael Cvelbar 

Justin Daugherty 

Kelly Daugherty 

Daniel De rilippo 

Maureen De Jonge 

frank Dengel 



Mary Dengel 

Marcus Dewberry 

Duane Dillard 

Paula Dobransky 

Genevieve Douglas 

Jennifer Dreis 



Daniel Dubecky 

Alen Dujmovic 

Marijo Dujmovic 

Bryan Duke 

Jeanne Duvall 

Richard Eads 




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Just Around The Corner 



Junior year prepares students to be seniors 



Being a junior was not al- 
ways easy. There were a 
lot of decisions to make 
and activities to participate in. 
Taking the PSAT to get ready for 
the SAT was only one of the 
tasks that had to be accom- 
plished. Also, preparation for 
college had to be done. You 
needed to make plans for your 
senior year, what classes to 
take, and many other decisions 
that were so important for a ju- 
nior. It was a hard year for many 
but the senior year was just 
around the corner. 

-Jenny Leyendecker 




Phil Walczak deciding on a program. 



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Computer For Futures 



Cciraar Office improve with OCIS 




Chris Schaefer, Erin Fox, June U, Bill Castrovince and Jeff Syroney are all smiles for the OC1S. 



The Career Office, in its never 
ending battle of helping stu- 
dents weed through all the 
choices to be made for the fu- 
ture, received a new OCIS com- 
puter. The OCIS (Ohio Career 
Information System) included 
up-to-date information on pro- 
spective occupations, 4-year 
and 2-year colleges, vocational 
proograms and financial aid in- 
formation. All these and more 
could now be easily accessed by 
juniors trying to sort out future 
plans. 

-Kevin A. Vance 




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TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1990 



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EUCLID CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS 



William Cervcenik 

Joe Dallos 
Joseph Farrell 
Daniel Flowers 
Edmund Gudenas 
Jayne Herak 
F_d Jerse 
Fay Miller 
Jerry Sustarsic 



130 



Juniors 




Darryl East 
Loretta Eppinger 
Laurie Evans 
Christopher Fakult 
Marc Eifolt 
Michael Fisher 



Meredith Fitzgerald 
Richard Flaisman 
Cynthia Focareto 
India Ford 
Janeen Foree 
James Foreman 



Buffy Fox 
Erin Fox 
Michael Frankos 
Michael Fricke 
Victoria Fumich 
Christine Galaida 



Colleen Gallagher 
Kelly Gambatese 
Melissa Gammon 
Matthew Garbincus 
Dennis Gargiulo 
Mario Gaspersic 



Kevin Gembarski 
Gregory Gerland 
Brian Germano 
Sheri Gezann 
Adair Gilbert 
Kenneth Gilbert 



Jonathan Gornik 
Scott Gould 
Jozelia Grace 
La Quana Grant 
Christopher Griffin 
Dusty Griffiths 



Brian Guilfoyle 
Kachal Hambrick 
Marc Hamm 
Andrew Hammond 
Maureen Hannan 
Aaron Haselbusch 



Carrie Hatcher 
Lisa Hawk 
La Trese Higgins 
Danny Hill 
Robert Hill Jr. 
James Hlabse 



Juniors 



131 



Donna Hoag 

Tim Hoffman 

Michael Holly 

Craig Hoover 

Rebecca Hopkins 

Robert Hornyak 



Timothy Hughes 

Janet Hula 

Scott Humphries 

Robin Hunt 

Debra lsgro 

Ethel Isheim 



Piives Ivancin 

Brian Jackson 

flanda Jackson 

Lee Jackson 

Ra Shonda Jackson 

Chenett Johnson 



Denise L Johnson 

Kennard Johnson-Bey 

Walter Johnson-Bey 

Charity Jones 

Daryl Jones 

Kawana Jones 



Valerie Jones 

Nicholas Journey 

Katherine Juhl 

Rebecca Karnak 

Jackqualynn Keller 

Ann Kelly 



Joel Kerne 

Kenneth Kilgore 

Shannon King 

Kevin Kinsella 

Michelle Kitis 

Heidi Kline 



Aaron Koonce 

James Kosmerl 

Jessica Kovac 

Janice Kozlowski 

David Kramer 

Jennifer Krasnik 



Heather Kristoff 

Melissa Krohn 

Jeffrey Kropf 

Catherine Kubinski 

Walter Kuhen 

Chera Kuklica 




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Look Up To Cleveland 

Junior gets s&l&ct&d to discuss city issues 



Look Up to Cleveland is a program that was 
designed to prepare potential community 
leaders to take positive action in current af- 
fairs. It was co-sponsored by the League of Women 
Voters of Cleveland Educational Fund and the Lead- 
ership Cleveland Alumni. Forty juniors, one student 
per high school, were chosen from the Greater 
Cleveland area, making up a widely diversified 
group. The group met once a month from December 
until May. During this time students focused on ma- 
jor issues in the city, determining positive and nega- 
tive factors of Cleveland. The program concluded in 
May with the student's civic vision. The purpose of 
Look Up to Cleveland was to inspire young adults to 
remain in Cleveland as responsible citizens. 

- Rebecca Karnak 



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What's Your Type? 

Euclid participates In the annual blood driva 



This year's annual Fall blood drive 
was sponsored by the Euclid Cultural 
Committee. Many of its members assist- 
ed with the physical aspects of collect- 
ing blood by helping fill out information, 
taking temperatures, assisting the 
blood donors and serving refreshments. 
Over one hundred students got out of 
class so they could give blood to this 
worthy cause. 

A student had to be eighteen in order 
to give blood or seventeen with parental 
permission. Giving blood is a beneficial 
activity that everyone should get in- 
volved in. It doesn't hurt, is safe, and 
your blood could save someone's life. 
-Carol Morgan-Brown 




Heather Pall and Kerri Alesnik enjoy cook- 
ies while Sarah Granito and Jenny Barcza 
contibute to the cause. 




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Juniors 




Roger Kunes 
April Lang 
Gary La Tour 
David Lauver 
Benjamin Leasure 
Shelly Ledwell 



Donna Leonardi 
Terrence Lesko 
Julia C Liderbach 
Andrew Logar 
Bradley Lunder 
Patricia Lux 



Thomas Luzny 
Mark Macleod 
John Madden 
Frank Mansi 
Patricia Masterson 
Carla Matiaska 



Elizabeth Mazzei 
Valerie Mc Carthy 
Colleen Mc Cartney 
Matthew Mc Peek 
Colleen Mc Roberts 
Tony Merritt 



Stephen Meyers 
Theresa Michael 
Kimberly Mikich 
Patricia Mikulec 
Brian Miller 
Jeanette Miller 



Kimberley Miller 
Molly Miller 
Anthony Minnillo 
Russell Minter 
Christine Joyb Miranda 
Phaedra Moore 



Deborah Morgan 
Carol Morgan-Brown 
Terrence Moultry 
Matthew Murphy 
Christopher Muzinic 
Andrew Myers 



Scott Myers 
Charlotte Meal 
Edward Nehrig 
Kelli Newman 
Charles D Nichols 
Brandy Nickell 



Juniors 



135 



Lorenzo Morris 

Keith Olszens 

Kevin O'Meill 

Michael O'Meill 

Shawn Orazen 

Cindy Orlic 



Richard Orsulic 

Eric Osborne 

Heather Fall 

Terenz H Parker 

Ronald Parsons II 

Michael Pasquale 



Rupen Patel 

Matthew Payne 

Kimberly Peck 

Donna Penny 

Ernest Perna 

Lisa Perrotti 



Kimberly Peters 

Mark Peters 

Heidi Peterson 

Holly Pirsig 

Julianne Plesec 

Michelle Pocaro 



Christine Polito 

Andre Price 

Terra Proctor 

Dana Pugh 

Engelbert Puhalj 

Gerald Quinn 



Allen Radolovic 

Tomislav Raguz 

Michelle Randolph 

John Richards Jr. 

Lisa Riedel 

John Riek 



James Roach 

Melissa Rocco 

Angelica Rodriguez 

Rebecca Roeder 

Angela Roethel 

Shanti Rogers 



Tammy Sanders 

Wendi Sanders 

Domenic Sanelli 

Jennifer Sankey 

Brian Sargent 

Christine Schaefer 




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Learning From Professionals 

Visiting artists ^nhanca Euclid's curriculum 




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John Burich and John Riek studying for the future. 



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Darryl East, Michael O'Flynn and Kenneth Kilgore putting some 
creativity into their experiment. 



During the school 1989-90 Euclid High 
School arranged with University Circle's 
Incorporated Community Education Pro- 
gram to have professional artists visit high school 
classes. Don Getz was a professional painter who 
visited Euclid Art classes. Mwatabu Okantah was a 
professional writer who worked with English 
classes. Todd Williams was a professional pho- 
tographer who worked with Photography and Ar- 
chitectural classes. These people were here for 
either a five or ten day residency during the winter 
and spring months. 

-Mirta Maria 



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Class of 1990 

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Throw -Away Society 



Commutttes ara finding you can't throw away foravar 




Cheer if you are for recycling. 



Recycling has become an 
even bigger issue than ever be- 
fore. The nation's landfills have 
been filling up fast. We should 
all become aware of this grow- 
ing problem of what to do with 
all that waste. Someday, proba- 
bly in the near future, we will 
have to separate our trash. One 
of the biggest problems was the 
plastic non-decomposable dia- 
pers. Many municipalities have 
already banned them. So be- 
come a concerned citizen and 
consider recycling. 

-Jenny Leyendecker 



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Juniors 









Hope Schmidt 
Marci Schuster 
Darnell Scott 
Justin Scott 
Michelle Secic 
Thomas Shannon 



Anthony Shaw 
David Sheck 
Christopher Shenk 
Michael Sheridan 
Shannon Shipley 
Jeffrey Simenc 



Chenise Slaughter 
Stephanie Slogar 
Ronald Slusarski II 
Amy Smith 
Jonasis Smith 
Kenneth Smith 



La Tesha Smith 
Shannon Smith 
Jason Socha 
William Solnosky 
Christopher Spada 
Tina Speights 



Lorri Spooner 
Michelle Springer 
Robert Staples 
Sheree Stan- 
David Stephens 
Brian Sterrick 



Lamont Stewart 
Troy Stewart 
Cynthia Stih 
Brian Stillings 
Jamie Stohler 
John Stois 



Ronald Stokes 
David Strunk 
Robert Sugar 
Charrisse Summerall 
April Tanner 
Trances Taylor 



Kimberly Taylor 
Laura Taylor 
Meghan Taylor 
Telesa Terry 
Jermaine Thomas 
Tammieanna Thornton 



Juniors 



139 



Patricia Tinker 

Shelley Tobias 

Bruce Torzewski Jr. 

Keith Touschner 

Jodin Trocheck 

Adrienne Troha 



Kenneth Troy 

Jun Yong U 

Douglas Uchbar Jr. 

Rose Valentic 

Kevin Vance 

Bryan Vehovec 



Ricardo Velez 

Robert Voigt 

Christine Von Sick 

Jayne Vurusic 

Michelle Wagner 

Philip Walczak 



Stacy Wallette 

Kenneth Walter 

Rebecca Weaver 

Jason Weybrecht 

Thomas Whelan 

Lanay White 



Paulnetta Wilcox 

Claudia Williams 

Melissa Willingham 

Derek Willis 

Eric Wilson 

Alaster Winston 



Windi Wojdak 

Kenneth Wolenski 

Edrina Womack 

Valencia Woods 

Donnaire Woullard 

Milton Wyley 



Crystal Young 

Stacie Yuhas 

Charles Yurcich 

Christine Zagore 

James Zahler 

Carol Zahursky 



Janene Zakrajsek 

Loretta Zalar 

Deborah Zana 

Robert Zele 

Edward Zivnoska 

Tomislav Zovko 




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140 



Future Scientists 

Science Olympiad gives students a chance to reason 




Students participating in the metric estimation. 



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What event happens every year on the last 
Saturday of each February? The Science 
Olympics, of coursel For the past three 
years, Euclid has participated in the competition 
at Case Western Reserve University along with 
other schools in the Greater Cleveland area. The 
advisors were Mr. Wherley and Mrs. Torrelli. The 
events covered all areas of science from anatomy 
to chemistry to topographical map reading. They 
allowed anyone who was interested in science to 
participate and have fun, not just those who have 
taken the advanced science courses. This year 
Euclid had a mini Olympics in the E-room to show 
the school how much fun participating and just 
watching, it really was. Although the team has 
never placed in the top three, there have been 
several medal winners in individual events. 

-Brian Ashman 




Looking on to see how much weight can be put on the model bridge 
before it will break. 



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141 




As they entered their 
freshman year, they 
were filled with excite- 
ment and fear. Now, as they 
look back on graduation, they 
experienced similar feelings. 
Though they may feel that 
way, they must not forget the 
changes they've gone 
through, growing in different 
ways, times of celebration, 
and even those times they 
would rather forget about. 

Since they were little fresh- 
men running through the 
halls to their senior year 
when they ruled the school, 
they have to remember all the 
changes they have gone 
through. Some of the most 
painful changes they have 
gone through in their lives 
were probably with friends. 
They've seen so many people 
come and go from their lives, 
but they always managed to 
hold onto those few special 
people. Other changes were 
adjusting to teachers and 



classes every year, having a 
boyfriend/girlfriend who shared 
part of their life, and then the 
biggest change of all- life after 
high school. 

In the four years of high 
school they grew in many ways: 
academically, socially, physical- 
ly, emotionally, athletically, and 
many other ways. Many people 
grew more intelligent, while oth- 
ers seemed to learn nothing. 
There were people high on the 
social ladder and had many 
friends, while certain people 
preferred to keep to themselves. 
Certain students excelled in 
sports and some joined activi- 
ties and clubs. Emotionally 
many students grew and 
learned how to love, have faith, 
control hatred, and even trust. 
No matter who they were or what 
they've done those past four 
years, they've all grown in one 
way or another. 

Time for celebration seemed 
to have been in the air at EHS. 
Winning of athletic events, 



spring break, passing of finals, 
accomplishments of clubs, and 
for the class of 1990- gradua- 
tion. The list could go on and on 
but with celebration came re- 
sponsibility and safety. Their 
adult lives were about to begin. 

With all these good times 
came some bad and all the ones 
they would like to forget: failing 
a class, getting suspended for 
almost anything, loss of friends, 
ending of a relationship and oth- 
ers. Hopefully they would not try 
to block this out totally, but be 
able to look back on it and 
say,"I did learn something from 
that." 

The only thing that could pre- 
pare the class of 1990 more for 
life would be a degree in a spe- 
cific field of study. They've all 
changed in so many ways, both 
good and bad and had been 
through so much. Let's hope 
they never forget those times 
and hold the memories close to 
their hearts, for they were the 
class os 1990. 

-Chris Clark 




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142 




The senior class brought lots of spirit to the school during assemblies and sports events. 




Robert Smith gaining yards while Majorettes and Marching Band performs. 




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143 



Class Of '90 



They finally cnacte It 




Introducing the class of 1990. The first class of the last decade of this 
century. The class that celebrated the fortieth anniversary of Euclid 
High School. The class that was together for the decade of the 
eighties was now entering the decade of the nineties. They had many 
memorable experiences during their tenure at Euclid High School and 
will be looking forward to many more during the remaining years of the 
twentieth century and into the twenty-first century. 
-Carla Matiaska and Kevin Vance 





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Mike Urbania, Joel Morse, Wayne McCartney Leann Dobucki, Susan Jurisevic, Shannon Kel- Lee Swope and Fam Little during the Home 

and Chris Bitner having fun during an ly and the cheerleaders having fun. coming Assembly. 

assembly. 




CONGRATULATIONS GRABS 



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Seniors 



Getting The Job Done 

Many seniors are active in school activities 




\ he seniors' schedule was a 
tight one. People squeezing in 
. those last credits for gradua- 
tion, working, homework, clubs and 
activities, athletics and social life, all 
had to be managed and each one was 
about equal. But it seemed the se- 
niors had even more towards the end 
of the year. Graduation, preparation 
for our future, prom, and several oth- 
er things. If they were able to manage 
all this and still graduate, they were 
ready for the future and what it would 
hold for them. And just a word of ad- 
vice to the underclassman-brace 
yourself because it only gets 
tougher. 

-Chris Clark 



Lee Swope was a competent president of, Laurie Bock, Vernard Adams and Bill Castro- 
Student Council. vince helped out the Sports Channel crew dur- ; 

ing the St. Ignatius game. 




Laurie Bock, Brendan Kelley, Jennifer Mason, Caroline Holland, Vernard Ad- 
ams, Shalom Lawrence, Bob Jones and Jill Enneper were the PA announcers 
who supplied the school with it's morning announcements. 



Angie Zingale and Jennifer Dudziak were participants in Home- 
coming activities. 



Seniors 







Vernard Elliot Adams 



Sherri Alvis 



Dan Amato 



Matt Ames 



Telecia Anderson 




Bernie Aponte 



Renee Aquila 



Paul Arlesic 



Brian S. Ashman 



Denise Asseff 




Joe A vein 



Gregory Ross Bachelor Melissa A. Ball 



Lavissa Banks Christopher Baranowski 




Jennifer Barcza 



Lucille Bartulovic 



Jim Batteiger 



David Bauer 



Keith Beck 




Michelle Berzin 



Vernard Adams does his part in promoting world 
peace. 



George Bevanda 



Joe Bevanda 




Cheri Bilak 



Sharon M. Billi 



Lisa Marie Black 



Laurie J. Bock 



Rick Bonn 




Michelle Bonnay 



Joe Boros 



Aerica Bothwell 



Matthew Bouffard 



La Verne Bowden 



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Chad Bracken 



Christopher Brent Beth Maureen Brickman 





Craig Brickman 



Adam Brown 



Jeff Brown 




John J. Browne 



Loraine Bruketa 



Tracy Bruno 



Jason Brust 



Christian Bryant 




Jon Budway 



Pamela Buehner 



Maya Burge 



Samuel Burgess 




Jennifer Burlison 



Steve Burrington 



Terrence Bush 



Audra R. Butkus 



Rachel Caine 




Matthew Carpenter Robert James Carsey William J.A. Castrovince Jeanine Castrovinci 



Anthony Celeste 




David Cesna 



Tammy Chandler Matthew D. Chinchar Jason Tomas Pi. Chinni Antoinette M. Chiudioni 




Won K. Chun 



Ivica Cindric 



Anthony J. Cirino 



Mike Cirino 



Christine Clark 






Deidre Clark 




Kimberly Clark 



Robin M. Clay 



Elyse J. Clemence Dominic Colantonio 




Jesse Coleman 



Kevin Coleman 



Kevin Corbett 



Yolanda Cornelius 



Miriam Couch 




Christine Coulter 



Jamie M. Cox 



Cynthia Cramer 



Marc Creach 



Roger Crombie 




Eric Crowley 



Jeffrey Cudo 



Bob Curtis 



Tammy Curtis 



Heath Custer 






David De Las Fenas 






David Dewalt 



Todd Dietzel 



Robin Dietz 



Joel Eckert informs Jeff Syroney he can never re- 
place Vanna White. 




Julie Ann Dirk 



Frederick Dixon 



Josedine Dixon 



Gunnard Doboze 




Allen Dodge 



Kimberly T. Doles Robert A. Doncevic 



Marquita Dorsey 




Laura Minadeo and Ruth Miranda ask if this 
picture is going in the yearbook. 





Mia Doss 






David A. Duchon Jennifer Lynn Dudziak 




Nada Dugandzic 



Miro Dures 



Sharonne Durrah 




Joel Eckert 



Leslie Marie Ede 



Adrienne Edwards 



Jill Enneper 



Robert E. Erb 




Claudia E. Erceg 



Teresa M. Evans 



Jeffrey Evilsizer 



Kimberly Taint 



Steven Fakult 




Karin Lynn Faletic 



Rosa raraci 



Patrick S. felden 



Tracey Filipasic 



TomTltZpatrick 




Tom Fox 



Dan Trattin 



Timothy A. Pulgham Jr. 



Kevin Gaines 



Kimberly Gambatese 




Richard Gamber 



Eric Gardner 



Rodney Garr 



Kimberly Gast 



John Gazzuolo 




Sherri Geisweidt 



Jean Gercar 



Tony Gjerek 



Cathryn Glenn 



Laura Glover 




Jeffrey L. Goemdt Nikki Mignon Golden 



Tracy Golden 



Thomas Golinar 



Humberto Gomez 




Jason A. Goodman 



Joseph E. Gornik 



Karen Gostomski 



Sarah Rose Granito 



Tracey Graves 




Maria Grbac 



Cynthia A. Grubach 



John Hada 



John Haggerty 



Eric R. tlaggins 




Steven D. Hammer 



Donna Hammond 



Tia Marie Harden 



Mia Harrison 



David Hartman 




John tlada wonders if Char Neal will ever stop staring 
at him. 



Christopher Hejduk 



Lisa Heuer 



Douglas P. Higham 




Charles E. Highland 



Anita Mill 



Shannon Minton 



Thomas tloag 



Caroline A. Holland 




Mate R. Holloway 



Jeffrey Holmes 



Melissa Horvath 



Marlene Hribar 



Ching Wei Hsu 




Lance Nosse asks Stan Smith if he can spare a 
dime. 



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Lisa Hunt 



frank Jankowski 



Marcus Hutton 



Bruce Irby Jr. 




Ronald Jenko 



Cynthia Ann Jerele 




Juliana Johann 



Shelley Johnson 



Yvette Johnson 



Raymond Jones 



Robert B. Jones 




Gina Juengel 



Susan Jurisevic 



Jennifer Kacperski 



Brendan Kelley 





Shannon Colleen Kelly Thomas J. Kermode Jr. Claudette Kidd 



Robert N. Kimball 



Donell King 




Dawn Kirchner 



Deborah A. Kirchner 



Jeff Kline 



Karmen Knez 



Dan Komara 




Dan Kristoff 



Christine Ann Kucaric 



Neil Kucia 



Eric M. Kuhen 



Valerie Kunesh 




Michael La Manna 



Cheryl Lapuh 



William R. Laurenson 



Molly Lauver 



Shalom Lawrence 



Seniors 




Daryl Lawson 



Eldora E. Lee 



Melissa A. Leskovec 



Patricia Levstik 



Jenny Leyendecker 




Carl Lishing 



John L. Little 



Pamela Little 



Micole Lozada 



Harry Luikart 




Valena A. Maddox 



Matthew Mahovlic 



Christopher John 
Mannello 



Chris Marcinko 



Mirta Maria 




John Marincek 



Jennifer Marks 



Buddy Marolt 



Christopher Martin Ivory Lee Martin III 



Joel Eckert and Chad Highland stare dumbstruck as 
Jenny Welker plays 'Chopsticks' with one hand. 



Jennifer Masley 



Jennifer M. Mason 



Alison Matish 




Ian Matlock 



Ayanna Kareem 
Matthews 



Teresa Maust 



Jeanine Mc Alpine Jermaine Mc Caleb 




Brian Mc Carthy 



Wayne Mc Cartney 



Tamika Mc Ghee 



Vanessa Mc Groder Joseph A. Meden 




Future hackers: Debbie Sarpolis and Rosa Faraci 
working on the keyboard. 





Tramayne Meeks 



Jason Mestrovich 



Thomas Milicevic 




Ernest Miller 



Laura E. Minadeo 



Michelle Mincek 




Charles Mingle 



Kim Moore 



Heather Miranda 



Ruth Miranda 




Laura Montagner 



Pamela Rene 
Montgomery 




Marlon Moore 



Shannon K. Moriarty 



Brian Morris 



Jamal D. Morris 




Joel Morse 



Latanya Moultry 



Craig Murowsky 



Vincent Myers 



Angela Naglic 




Bridget K. Negrelli 



Meghan Neidel Jack William Nemecek Michelle Piewcomb Ann Marie riicolosi 




Lance Nosse 



Cindy Novotny 



Elizabeth Noyes 



Kathleen Nugent 



Patrick Nugent 




Christine M. Oblak 



Mick A. Orazem 



Lorena Orbanic 



Walter Ortman 



Heidi M. Ospelt 



Tim M. Pae 




Shaun Pall 




Sanjay Parker 



Tina Parker 







John Parsons 











Chirag Patel 



Francis Pavlic 



Ned Pelinkaj 



Debra Pence 



Barbara Penn 




Angela M. Perry 



Matthew J. Petkovic Jennifer A. Petrie 



Tim Phillis 



Laura Pizmoht 




Heather Polo 



Laura Ponsart 



James Posavad 



Rob Povirk 



Tracy Prestigomo 



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David J. Radachy 



Band Director, Steven Alspaugh watches the major- 
ettes while Greg Skok flags down a plane. 



Joe Radosevic 



Kathleen Rafail 






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Shadeed Z. Rashid 



Micole M. Reese Brandy Lynn Reichman 



Cindy Renner 




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Thomas Reynolds 



Sonja Rhone 



H. Douglas Rice 



Octavius Rice 



Balee C. Riley 




Sharon Billi singing 'Somewhere Over the 
Rainbow'. 



Terrence Roscoe 



Donald Ross 



Lenka Runza 







Kenton Rusack 



Michelle Russell 



Lisa Ryan 



Kevin Rymarczyk 



Heidi T. Sacko 




Sandra Samas 



Deborah Sarpolis 



Kelly Schultz 



Matthew Schwartz 



Sean Scott 



Seniors 




William Scott 



Sandra Marie Secic 



Gregory Sedmak 



Theresa Serafin 



Charles Shantery 




Michael Sheck 



Michael Shippitka 



James Sigh 



Beth Sillia 



Janelle Simmons 



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Cory Sims 



Anthony Siupinys 



Gregory J. Skok 



Mary Ann Skrab 



Jennifer L. Slattery 




Tracy Slaybaugh 



Denise L. Smith 



Rick Smith 



Robert Smith 



Sowanna Smith 



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Stanley Smith 







Christopher Soblesky 




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Daniel Spehar 



Julianne M. Spurr 




Al Sray 



Norman Staples 



Barb Steele 



Chris Stepic 



Shawna Stevenson 



Rick Stuber 







Jennifer Subel 



Eddie Sugar 



Kelly Sulka 



Steve Susnjara 




Sandy Swanson 



Charles Swearingen Lee Patricia Swope Sharon Michelle Swyt Jeffrey A. Syroney 




Victoria Lynn Sztul 



Bruce Thomas 



Tiffany Tekiel 



Robert Terlizzi 




Jacqueline Thomas Monica Lee Thomas 




Jason Goodman asks, "Where's the beef?' 




Marcellus Thomson 



Natalie M. Timm 



Howard H. Tingley 



Timothy Tobin 



Shikira Tolbert 




Jill A. Tomasi 



Dan Tomic 



Matthew Tomsic 



Mike Toth 



Geoffrey Tuckerman 







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Chorale. 




Fete Tuft 



Michael Urbania 



Jay Turpin 



Christine Valencic 



Kristie Ugrinic 




Amy J. Varner 




Robert Vasko 



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Michaelle Denise 
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Kristen L. Weber 



Michael Weber 



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Seniors 



The following seniors did not have their picture tak- 
en: Saulius Berzinskas, Richard Bunn, Michael 
Chebo, China Cleveland, Catherine Copeland, James 
rredrickson, Heidi Hilger, Angela Mollis, Keith Mood, 
Francis Huber, Chonton Lewis, Ricardo Lozada, Ra- 
shawn Masten, Latrena Mc Daniel, De Sean Perkins, 
Danny Sankey, Malcolm Schneider, Dawn Segines, 
Jason Slejko, Phil Wiggins, Wei Zhang. 







Shelli Jackson 



Steven Ritchie 



Mary Zurga 




Jennifer Welker and Caroline Holland look on as Dianne Baird, Debbie 
Long and Jill Enneper get friendly. 



Jeff Syroney, Jennifer Mason, Caroline Holland and Brendan Kel- 
ley participating during the football assembly. 





Paraprofessional, Mrs. Swaney, pats down' Jason Chinni during lunch. Bill Laurenson and Craig Murowsky relaxing in the E-room. 



Seniors 



The Last Hurrah 





Janelle Simmons and Denise Smith loiter- 
ing in the hallways. 



Linemen Craig Murowsky and Bill Laurenson take a breather. 



The Kool Aid smile by Holly 
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rhe senior Homecoming Court: Attendant Jennifer Dudziak, 
aueen Toni Chiudioni, and Attendant Pam Little. 



Student Council pres- 
ident, Lee Swope. 




enior activities. There are 
many things that are impor- 
tant in being a senior. Many 
seniors have a car and are asked to 
chauffer younger brothers and sis- 
ters to their activities. Many se- 
niors are involved in taking college 
entrance tests such as the SAT and 
the ACT which are so important in 
getting into the college of their 
choice. Seniors usually belong to 
more organizations than the un- 
derclassmen and so have to set an 
example to the rest of the school. 
Many seniors have jobs so they 
can afford the things that are nec- 
essary to have when you have a 
job. Many say they are saving for 
college but a surprising amount of 
each paycheck goes for car ex- 
penses, clothes, food and enter- 
tainment. Being a senior is a busy 
time of life. It is an enjoyable time 
that you have to experience to 
really enjoy. 



Sharon Billi, Miss Bambic, and Miss Carmody gave 
their all to Homecoming. 



Going To Class 




Bob Bell and Bob Jones going to class 



" oing to class. You've got to do it if you 
expect to get anything out of school. It 
may seem boring and you may not think 
you are learning anything but the fact is that you 
are getting something out of it. You may not think 
you will ever need what you are learning but you 
can never tell when something you've learned will 
sneak into a conversation. 

Heidi Sacko and Jennifer Mason try to help each other in class 
as much as possible. 

Marcellus Thompson and Jennifer Petrie dont want to have 
their pictures taken while Kelly Sulka looks like she just woke 
up in class. 




John Marincek helping Bill Davis in class. 





Debi Pence and Pam Buehner seem to be listening intently during class. Judy Beder, Sharon Swyt and Jenny Burlison are tied up in a birthday 

celebration in class. 






John Parsons, Bob Doncevic, Latanya Moultry, Tamika Mc Ghee. Jeff Tuckerman and Joe Gornik relaxing in class. 




Maria Grbac working hard on a chemistry test while Lee Swope and Kelly Sulka pose for the camera. 



afeteria food. Everyone has 
their own opinion about food 
' served in a cafeteria. Most say 
it is very bad. To be honest, though, 
the food that is served in Euclid's caf- 
eteria is really very good for the 
price. It is unfair to compare it with 
meals costing two and three times as 
much. For the money that the stu- 
dents had to pay it was really a very 
good bargain. Compared with other 
schools Euclid's meals rate very well 
indeed. 

-Jeff Kaleal 



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Rushing to get to lunch. 





Lucy Bartulovic and Patty Levstik discussing some of the delicious meals they've Roger Crombie saying that 'it 
enjoyed in the cafeteria. doesn't get any better than 

this' to Mike Urbania, George 

Joel Morse doesn't seem to be enjoying his meal while Debbie Kirchner, Amy Varner 
and Audra Butkus look like they are enjoying their meal. 



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989-90 was the second year that 
the students had four minutes to 
go from class to class. This was 
not an inconvenience to most stu- 
dents. The people who were chroni- 
cally late would probably still be late 
even if they had ten minutes. The 
shorter passing was nice since it 
shortened the day. The shorter time 
did not have a great influence as far 
as lunch periods were concerned 
since they were more evenly distrib- 
uted. The waiting to buy lunch was 
greatly reduced. 

-Jeff Kaleal 



att Bouffard and Susan Jurisevic getting Jeff Syroney wondering if that crunchie in his 
ady to go to lunch. food is a stone. 






ibove: Walter Ortman and Rob Terlizzi dreaming about what is for lunch. Bottom: 
ackie Thomas and Jennifer Dudziak calling home to say how good the food was. 



Above: Mate Holloway getting his lunch from his locker. 
Below: Bill Castrovince showing that satisfied 
expression. 




Just Hanging Arounc 



ome students have used their time wisely talk- 
ing about politics and school policy. Most of the 
time, however, students enjoyed just 'hanging 
around'. School gossip was always an important topic 
i.e. who did what, where, when, and with whom, rash- 
ion, music, television, sports, movies, parents and how 
many licks it takes to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop 
are subjects that permeated student conversations. 

-Sharon Swyt and Jeff Kaleal 




Top: Laurie Bock meditating. Above: Ted Swearingen discussing Molly Lauver and Tim Tobin talking while Christine Kucaric, Chris Clark 
future plans with Toni Chiudioni. and Karen Gostomski wait for classes to begin. 



The Funniest Thing Happened*** 



Soma senior embarassing moments 



During a student's life at high 
school some events occur that 
are truly embarassing. Here are 
some of the embarassing mo- 
ments that occurred to this 
year's seniors. 

Dan Komara in ninth grade went 
to sit down and ripped his pants. 
He had to go home and change. 
Cindy Jerele was in eleventh 
grade history class and Mr. Hart- 
mann kept asking her a ques- 
tion and she wasn't paying at- 
tention so he threw a yardstick 
at her. 

Nate Holloway was embarassed 
when he was going out with two 
girls and they found out about 
each other. 

Jennifer Welker as a freshman 
dumped a whole bowl of 
mashed potatoes on herself. 
Cynthia Rivera was over her 
friend's house and asked where 
the remote for the TV was and 
her friend said on the TV and 
she picked up a calculator and 
tried to change the channels. 
Christine Oblak was embar- 
assed when Tracy Prestigomo 
flipped up her skirt while walk- 
ing up the stairs. 
Marlene Hribar, Sharon Swyt, 
and Robert Doncevic had chairs 
pulled out from under them. 
Lee Ann Dobucki, James Robin- 
son, Fatty Levstik and Jennifer 
Mason fell while walking up the 
stairs. 

Caroline Holland wore colored 
undies with white pants. 
Sharon Billi walked to school 

Tom Hoag and Jenny Mason at 
their goofiest; an extreme close 
up of Lorinne Wolenski. 



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one day with her zipper down. 
Mike Urbania pulled down Tony 
Gjerek's shorts in front of a girl. 
Valerie Kunesh did a report in 
sixth grade on the kind of mole 
that grows on skin while it was 
supposed to be on the mole that 
is the animal. 

Ann Nicolosi put her books in 
the wrong locker at Forest Park 
and when she went back to her 
right locker, she thought every- 
thing had been stolen. 
Michelle Newcomb was talking 
on the phone with whom she 
thought was Dan Spehar and lat- 
er she found out it was Jim Quir- 
arte. 

Jeff Syroney glued together his 
fingers with crazy glue to get 
Kim Doles to talk to him. 
Some of Camille Fullin's friends 
threw her a party and when she 
came downstairs she was wear- 
ing only her underwear. 
Judy Beder fell over a desk in 
her freshman year while wearing 
a skirt. 

Jennifer Masley fell into the liv- 
ing room of a house she was to- 
liet papering after a football 
game and the whole family 
stared at her. 

Stephanie Smolic kicked mud 
into cheerleader Jennifer Dud- 
ziak's eye during a football 
game and no one stopped 
cheering. 

John Little got pulled over by 
the police right in front of the 
school. 





Sharon Swyt caught at the fountain. 




Pat Felden's bird impression. 







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The Student Council 

Developing Citizenship And 
Serving Our School And Community 




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The Student Council 



ishes The Best Of Luck 
To The Graduating Seniors In The Class Of 1 990 




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Activities 



Brendan Kelley, Cindy Jerele and Lisa Marvin 
formulating their next masterpiece. 




Jill Enneper, Jamie Cox, Lee Swope and Beth 
Brickman posing pretty. 




Ed Sugar sampling his foods homework. 




Vemard Elliott Adams: AFS Co-Chairman 
12; AV Club 11,12; Choral Masters' 
Treasurer 12; Winter Play 11,12; Big 
Show 11,12; Fall Play 11; Indoor Track 
10,12; Library Aide 10,11,12; Outdoor 
Track 10,12; PA Announcer 12; Senior 
Talent Show 11,12; Varsity Chorale 
11,12: Stage Manager 12; Yearbook 
11,12. 

Paul Arlesic: Football 9,10. 
Brian S. Ashman: Key Club 9,10,11,12- 
Treasurer ll-2nd Vice President 11; Ac- 
ademic Challenge 11,12; Science Olym- 
pics 10,11,12; Whiz Quiz 11,12; NHS 
11,12. 

Joe Avcin: A.V. Club 9,10,12; Peer Tutor 
11. 

Gregory Ross Bachelor: Class Cabinet 
9,10,12; Baseball 9,10,11,12. 
Melissa A. Ball: Student Council 12. 
Jennifer Barcza: AFS 9,10,11,12; Model 
UN 11,12; Volleyball 9; Teen Institute 9; 
Ski Club 9,10,11,12. 
Lucille Bartulovic: Soccer Aid 11. 
Jim Batteiger: Baseball 9,10,11,12; 
Football 10. 

Judita Beder: AFS 9,10; Fall Play 11,12; 
Winter Play 10; Yearbook 11,12; Softball 
11. 

Frank R. Bell: Hockey 10,11,12; Cross 
Country 9,11,12; Track 9,10,11,12. 
Michelle Berzin: Yearbook 12; Survey 
12; Track 9; Office Aide 11. 
Saulius M. Berzinskas: AFS 12. 
Sharon M. Billi: Student Council 
9,10,11,12: Chairperson 10, Executive 
board/Member of the year 11: Vice Pre- 
sident/Finance 12; Peer Tutoring 
10,11,12; National Honor Society 
11,12; Eucuyo 11; Foreign Language 
Club 9,10,11,12; Survey 12. 
Laurie Bock: PA announcer 12; Flag 
Corps 10; Student Council 12; Wai Na- 
polo 11,12; Office Aide 10,11,12; Swim 
Timer 12; Senior Talent 12. 
Michelle Bonnay: Play 10; Christmas 
Play 11. 

Beth Maureen Brickman: Ski Club 
9,10,11,12; Yearbook 11; Student 
Council 9,10,11,12: Vice President/Bu- 
siness 12; Class Cabinet 9,10. 
Craig Brickman: Football 9; Wrestling 
10. 

Jeff Brown: Cross Country 9; Hockey 
10,11,12; Track 9,10,11,12. 
Loraine Bruketa: Office Aide 10; Student 
Council 10. 

Tracy Bruno: Office Aid 9,12; Class Cabi- 
net 10; Ad Club 9,10; Ski Club 9. 
Jason Brust: Student Council 11; Track 
11. 

Pamela Buehner: Student Council 
10,11,12; Office Aide 10,11. 
Rick Bunn: Soccer 9,10,11,12. 



Maya Burge: AFS 11,12; Cheerleader 12. 
Samuel Burgess: Football 10,11,12. 
Jennifer Burlison: Cross Country 9,10; 
Track 9; Class Cabinet 10. 
Terence Bush: Football 9,10; Basketball 
9,10,11,12. 

Audra R. Butkus: Volleyball 9; Basket- 
ball 9,10; Peer tutor 11; Student Council 
12; Office Aide 12. 

William J. A. Castrovince: Yearbook 
9,10,11,12-Editor 11,12; Survey 
10,11,12-Editor 11,12; Eucuyo 
10,11,12; Ski Club 11,12; NHS 11,12; 
Fall Play 10,11,12; Spring Play 
10,11,12; Big Show 11,12; Football 9; 
AFS 12; Student Council 11,12. 
Jeanine Castrovinci: Office Aide 
10,11,12. 

Matthew D. Chinchar: Football 9,10,11; 
Baseball 9,10; Basketball 9. 
Jason Tomas N. Chinni: Soccer 
9,10,11,12; Swim Team 11,12; Student 
Council 9; Swim Show 10,11,12. 
Antoinette M. Chiudioni: Softball 9; Vol- 
leyball 9,10; Basketball 9,10,11; Senior 
Class Cabinet 12. 

Anthony J. Cirino: Fall Play 12; Ski Club 
12. 

Elyse J. Clemence: Foreign Language 
Club 10,11,12; AFS 12-Secretary 12; 
Yearbook 11,12; Tennis 12; Track 
10,12. 

Jamie M. Cox: Office Aide 12; Student 
Council 12. 

Cynthia Cramer: Volleyball 9,10,12; 
Softball 9,10,11,12; Office Aide 12. 
Tammy Curtis: AFS 12; DECA 12; Flag 
Corps 12; Cultural Committee 
9,10,11,12; Class Cabinet 12; Ski Club 
12; Yearbook 12. 

LeeAnn Marie Dobucki: Indoor Track 
aide 10; Yearbook 12. 
Kimberly T. Doles: Student Council 
10,11,12; Big Show 10,11,12-Student 
Director 12; Varsity Chorale 11,12- Vice 
President 12. 

Robert A. Doncevic: Soccer 9; Basketball 
10,12. 

Marquita Dorsey: Senior Talent Show 
9,12; Student Council 11,12. 
David A. Duchon: Student Council 
10,11. 

Jennifer Lynn Dudziak: Track 9; Office 
Aide 9; Cheerleader 9,10,11,12-Captain 
9,12; Class Cabinet 12; Student Council 
12. 

Miro Dures: Soccer 9,10,11,12-Captain 
12. 

Joel Eckert: Soccer 9,10,11,12; Track 9; 
Big Show 11,12; Varsity Chorale 12-Vice 
President. 

Leslie Marie Ede: Ad Club 9,10; Class 
Cabinet 10. 
Jill Enneper: Volleyball 9,10,11,12; Bas- 



The smiles of Tracy Prestigomo, Michelle New- 
comb and Toni Chiudioni. 



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ketball 9,10; Softball 9,10,11,12; Office 
Aid 10,12; Varsity Choral 12; Choral 
Master 10,11,12; PA Announcer 12. 
Robert E. Erb: Student Council 10,11; 
Swim Team 12. 

Teresa M. Evans: Student Council 12. 
Kimberly Faint: Cheerleading 9,10; 
Marching Band 9,10,11,12; Concert 
Band 9,10; Symphonic Band 11; Office 
Aide 9,10,11,12; Class Cabinet 9,10,12; 
Spirit Club 9; Senior Talent Show 12. 
Karen Lynn Faletic: Volleyball 9; Hockey 
Aide 10,11,12; Office Aide 9,10,12. 
Rose faraci: Student Council 9; Senior 
Talent Show 9,12; Euclidian 12. 
Tom Fitzpatrick: Hockey 10,11,12, Cap- 
tain 11,12. 
Tom Fox: Baseball 9. 
Dan Frattin: Office Aide 9,10; Band 
9,10,12. 

Timothy A. Fulgham Jr.: Ski Club 10; 
Wrestling 12. 

Kevin Qaines: Basketball 9; Football 
9,10,11,12. 

Sherri Qeisweidt: Ski Club 12 
Jeffrey L. Qoemdt: AV 9,10,11,12; Big 
Show 9,10,11,12, Student Technical Di- 
rector 9,10,11,12; Senior Talent Show 
9,10,11,12, Student Technical Director 
10,11,12; Swim Show Lights 
9,10,11,12. 

Nikki Mignon Golden: Class Cabinet 
10,11; Student Council 11,12; Euclid 
Cultural Committee 10,11,12; Track Of- 
ficial 10,12. 

Jason A. Goodman: Mixed Choir 9; Wres- 
tling 9; Tennis 9; Varsity Chorale 
10,11,12, Treasurer 12; Big Show 
10,12; Golf 12. 

Joseph E. Gornik: Basketball 11,12, Co- 
captain 11. 

Sarah Rose Granito: Volleyball 9; Class 
Cabinet 9,10,12; Office Aide 
9,10,11,12. 

Maria GrbacStudent Council 12; Wres- 
tling Aide 10. 

Cynthia Ann Grubach: Softball 
9,10,11,12; Volleyball 9; Basketball 9; 
Student Council 10; Yearbook 11,12. 



John Haggerty: Hockey 10,11,12; Track 
9,10,11,12; Football 9. 
Eric R. Haggins: Track 11,12. 
Tia Marie Harden: Yearbook 11. 
Mia Harrison: Basketball 9,10,11,12; Of- 
fice Runner 11. 

Jason M. Heck: Golf 9; Hockey 10,11,12. 
Douglas P. Higham: Soccer 9; Football 
10; Wrestling 9,10,11,12, Captain 12; 
Baseball 9,10,11,12. 
Charles E. Highland: Varsity Chorale 12; 
Student Council 9,10; Choral Master 
10,11,12. 

Heidi Marie Hilger: Student Council 
9,10,12; Presidents Club 10; Office Run- 
ner 11. 

Caroline A. Holland: Key Club 9,10,11, 
Freshmen Rep. 9; Big Show 9,10,11,12; 
national Honors society 11,12; Varsity 
Chorale 12; Marching Band 9,10,11. 
Mate R. Holloway: Indoor Track 10,11; 
Track 11; Marching Band 9,10,11,12. 
Keith Hood: Football 10,12; Track 10. 
Marlene Hribar: Volleyball 9; Basketball 
9,10,11,12; Softball 9,10,12. 
Ching Wei Hsu: Cross Country 9; Wres- 
tling 9; Yearbook Staff 12; Student 
Council 12. 

Cynthia Ann Jerele: Basketball 9,10; 
Yearbook 11,12; Volleyball 9. 
Juliana Johann: AFS Exchange Student 
From Brazil. 

Robert B Jones: Cross Country 
9,10,11,12, Captain 12; Indoor Track 
9,10,11,12, Captain 12; Track 
9,10,11,12, Captain 12; National Hon- 
ors Society 11,12; PA Announcer 12; 
Gina Juengel: Softball 10; Foreign Lan- 
guage Club 10; Choral Master 10,11,12; 
Peer Tutor 11; National Honors Society 
12; Survey 12; Yearbook 12; Varsity 
Chorale. 

Susan Jurisevic: Indoor Track Aide 
10,11; National Honors Society 11,12; 
Yearbook 11; Office Aide 9. 
Jennifer Kacperski: Volleyball 
9,10,11,12, Captain 11,12; Softball 
9,10,11,12. 
Brendan Kelley: Battle of the Bands 10; 



Close Up 11; PA Announcer 12. 
Shannon Colleen Kelly: Peer Tutor 10; 
Cross Country Aide 10,11,12; Indoor 
Track Official 10,11,12; Outdoor Track 
Manager 10,11,12; Yearbook 11,12; Na- 
tional Honor Society 11,12. 
Thomas J. Kermode Jr.: Library Aide 9; 
Orchestra 9,10,11,12: Concertmaster 
11,12; Big Show 9,10,11,12; Fall Play 
10,11: Student Director 10,11; Stage 
Band 11,12; Varsity Chorale 12; Senior 
Talent Show 12; Eucuyo 11,12. 
Karmen Knez: Track 10. 
Dan Komara: Basketball 9. 
Christine Ann Kucaric: Yearbook 12. 
Eric M. Kuhen: Baseball 9,10; Class Cab- 
inet 10,12; Office Aide 12. 
Valerie Kunesh: Choir 9; Office Aide 11. 
Michael LaManna: Band 9,10; Wrestling 
9,10,11,12. 

William R. Laurenson: Football 
10,11,12. 

Molly Lauver: Ad Club 9,10,11,12; Swim 
Team 11,12; Cross Country 11,12; Stu- 
dent Council 12. 

Shalom Lawrence: PA Announcer 12; 
Cultural Committee 9,10,11,12; Stu- 
dent Council 11,12; Class Cabinet 9,10; 
Cheerleader 9,10; AFS 12; Foreign Lan- 
guage Club 10. 

Eldora E. Lee: Track 9,10,12; Basketball 
12. 

Melissa A. Leskovec: Peer Tutor 10; Aca- 
demic Challenge 10,11,12; National 
Honors Society 11,12; Office Aide 12; 
Eucuyo 12; Ski Club 12. 
Patricia Levstik: Office Aide 9,10,11,12; 
Ski Club 11; Soccer Aide 11; Foreign 
Language Club 11; Outdoor Track 11; 
National Honors Society 11,12. 
Jenny Leyendecker: AFS 11,12; Office 
Aide 11,12; Yearbook 12; National Hon- 
or Society 11,12. 

John L. Little: Basketball 9,10,11,12; 
Baseball 10. 

Valena A. Maddox: Marching Band 
9,10,11,12; Pep Band 11,12; Track Aide 
11,12; Senior Talent Show 9,10,11,12; 
Motown Review 11; Student Council 12. 




Matt Carpenter defends Jim Batteiger from Mr. Pignatiello. 



Seniors 



The Polident smiles of Sarah Granito and Heidi 
Sacko. 



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Up and at 'em, Wayne McCartney 



Fam Buehner and Debi Fence anxious for June. 



Christopher John Mannello: football 
9,10,11,12; Baseball 9,10,11,12; Na- 
tional Honors Society 11,12. 
Jennifer Marks: Key Club 9,10,11,12; 
AFS 10,11,12; nag Corps 11; Student 
Council 12; Choral Masters 12. 
Buddy Marolt: Football 9,10,11,12; 
Wrestling 9,10,11,12. 
Lisa Marvin: Track 9,10,11,12; Cross- 
country 11,12: Captain 12; Student 
Council 9,10,11,12; Survey 11,12. 
Ivory Lee Martin 111: Teen Institute 9. 
Mirta Maria: Yearbook 12. 
Jennifer Masley: Diving 9; Cheerleader 
10,11,12; national Honor Society 
11,12; Peer Tutor 10; Yearbook 12. 
Jennifer M. Mason: Tennis Team 
9,10,11,12: Captain 12; Varsity Chorale 
10,11,12: President 12; Student Council 
9,10,11,12; national Honor Society 
11,12; Peer Tutoring 10,11,12; Year- 
book 10,11,12; Eucuyo 11,12; Survey 
11,12; Academic Challenge 11,12; For- 
eign Language Club 10,11,12; AFS 10; 
Band 9; Choral Masters 10,11; Office 
Aide 10; PA Announcer 12; Senior Tal- 
ent night 10,11,12. 

Ayanna Kareem Matthews: Basketball 
9,10; Orchestra 9,10; Motown Revue 11; 
Teacher Aide 9,10,11,12; Student 
Council 12. 

Jermaine McCaleb: Basketball 9; Foot- 
bail 11,12. 

Wayne McCartney: Soccer 9. 
Joseph A. Meden: Basketball 
9,10,11,12: Captain 9,12 
Thomas Milicevic: Football 9. 
Laura Montagner: Volleyball 9,10,11,12; 
Basketball 9; Softball 9,10,11,12. 
Pamela Rene Montgomery: Euclid Cul- 
tural Committee 9,10,11; Career Begin- 
nings 11,12. 

Kim Moore: AFS 9,10,11,12; Key Club 
10,11,12; Softball 9; Holiday Play 
10,11,12; Flag Corps 10. 
Marlon Moore: Basketball 10,11,12; 
Baseball 10,11,12. 

Shannon K. Moriarty: Office Aide 9,10. 
Brian Morris: Football 11. 
Craig Murowsky: Football 9,10,11,12- 



Captain 12; Band 9,10,11,12; Baseball 
9. 

Bridget K. Megrelli: Cheerleader 
9,10,11,12; Track 11; Diving 9. 
Jack William Memecek: Baseball 
9,10,11,12; Hockey 11,12. 
Michelle Newcomb: Class Cabinet 12; 
Ski Club 10; Foreign Language Club 10; 
Student Council 9,10; Office Aide 
11,12; NHS 11,12; Peer Tutor 12. 
Ann Marie Nicolosi: Student Council 9. 
Christine M. Oblak: Volleyball 9,10; Bas- 
ketball 9; Outdoor Track 9; Class Cabi- 
net 12; Office Aide 11,12; Foreign Lan- 
guage Club 10; Peer Tutor 11,12. 
Nick A. Orazem: Band 9; Wrestling 
9,10,11,12. 

Lorena Orbanic: Yearbook 12; Office 
Aide 12. 

Heidi M. Ospelt: Track 9; Cross Country 
9,10; Swimming 9,10,11,12; Indoor 
Track 9. 

Sanjay Parker: Cross Country 9; Outdoor 
Track 9. 

John Parsons: Wrestling 9; Baseball 
9,10,11,12; Football 10,11,12-Captain 
12. 

Tim M. Pae: Basketball 9; Golf 9,10,11. 
ned Pelinkaj: Wrestling 9. 
Angela Perry: Cheerleader 10; Football 
Aide 12; Office Aide 12. 
Matthew J. Petkovic: Office Aide 11. 
Jennifer A. Petrie: Basketball 9,10,12; 
Track 9; Tennis 10. 
Tim Phillis: Baseball 9,10. 
Laura Pizmoht: Band 9,10; Swimming 9; 
Diving 10,11. 

Tracy Prestigomo: Softball 9; Basketball 
9,10,11; Class Cabinet 12; Outdoor 
Track 10; Office Aide 12; Foreign Lan- 
guage Club 10. 
Camille Pullin: Office Aide 12. 
James Quirarte: Football 9. 
David J. Radachy: Soccer 9,10,11; Stu- 
dent Council 9,10,11,12; Christmas 
Play 11. 

Bridget Ramsay: Basketball 9,10; Stu- 
dent Council 9; Senior Talent night 9; 
Office Aide 12. 
Shadeed Z. Rashid: Football 9,10,11. 



Brandy Lynn Reichman: Class Cabinet 
9,10,12; Volleyball 10,11,12; Softball 
9,10,11,12: Captain 11,12. 
Balee C. Riley: Volleyball 9; Softball 9; 
Ski Club 9,11,12; Yearbook 9; Class 
Cabinet 9,10,11,12; Office Aide 
10,11,12. 

Terrance Roscoe: Football 9,10,11,12; 
Basketball 9,10,11,12. 
Donald Ross: Indoor Track 11; Outdoor 
Track 11. 

Michelle Russell: Track 9; Class Cabinet 
9,10,11. 

Heidi T. Sacko: Survey 10,11,12: Editor 
12; Euclidian 11,12; Ski Club 10,11,12; 
AFS 12; Eucuyo 11,12; Track 9,10; Peer 
Tutor 11,12; Student Council 10; Office 
Aide 11; national Honors Society 11,12; 
Fall Play 12. 

Deborah Sarpolis: Peer Tutor 11,12. 
Sandra Marie Secic: Office Aide 
10,11,12; Outdoor Track 10,11. 
Gregory J. Skok: Band 9,10,11,12: Field 
Commander 12; Wrestling 9; AV 
9,10,11,12; Big Show 9,10,11,12; Se- 
nior Talent Show 12. 
Jennifer L. Slattery: Volleyball 9; Swim 
Team 9; Class Cabinet 9,10; Student 
Council 12. 

Jason Jon Slejko: Track 9,10,12; Year- 
book 9; Class Cabinet 9,10. 
Denise L. Smith: Student Council 10,11; 
Teen Institute 9; Class Cabinet 9,10; 
Peer Tutor 10; Track Aide 9. 
Rick Smith: Football 9,12; Basketball 
9,10,11,12. 

Robert Smith: Track 9,10,11,12; Foot- 
ball 10,11,12. 

Stan Smith: Track 9,12; Football 
9,10,12; Basketball 10,12. 
Daniel Spehar: Basketball 9; Baseball 
9,10,11,12. 

AI Sray: Survey 10,11,12; Football 12. 
Barb Steele: Student Council 
9,10,11,12. 

Shawna Stevenson: Student Council 9; 
Ski Club 10,11,12, 
Jennifer Subel: Basketball 9,10. 
Charles Swearingen: Baseball 
9,10,11,12. 



182 



Seniors 




Jenny Burlison trapped in her desk 



Sharon Swyt says; "I've got a headache thiiis 
big and it has Holly Wilson's name written on 
it". Holly doesn't seem to be impressed. 



jm Doles, Bill 
lomecoming. 



Castrovince and Al Sray at 




Bridget Ramsay amd Michelle Berzin, happy 
and thoughtful. 



Lee Patricia Swope: Student Council 
9. 10, 11, 12: Vice President-Business 
ll.President 12; Class Cabinet 9; For- 
eign Language 9,10,11,12; Ski Club 
10,11,12; Highlighters 9,10,11,12; 
Council on World Affairs 9,10,11; Swim 
Team 12. 

Sharon Michelle Swyt: Student Council 
10,11,12; Yearbook 11,12; Foreign Lan- 
guage Club 10; Survey 12: Ari Coordi- 
nator 12; national Honors Society 
11,12; Close-up 12. 

Jeffrey A. Syroney: Varisty Chorale 
10,11,12: Vice-President 12; Senior Tal- 
ent Show 10,11,12; Pall Play 11,12; Big 
Show 11,12; Choral Masters 9,10,11,12: 
President 12; Student Council 12; na- 
tional Honors Society 11,12; Swim 
Show. 

Victoria Lynn Sztul: Softball 9. 
Tiffany Tekieli: Volleyball 9,10,11,12; 
Track 9,10,12; Office Aide 9,10,12; APS 
11. Class Cabinet 9,10. 
Bruce Thomas: Football 9. 
Jacqueline Thomas: Cheerleader 10; 



Diving 9,10,11,12; Swimming 
9,10,11,12-Captain 12. 
Monica Lee Thomas: Track 9,10,12; Of- 
fice Aide 12. 

Howard H. Tingley: Baseball 9; Football 
9,10; Hockey 10,11, 12-Captain 11,12. 
Jill A. Tomasi: Cross Country 
9,10,11,12-Captain 12; Track 
9,10,11,12; Class Cabinet 9,10,11,12; 
Indoor Track 9,10,11,12; Office Aide 
11,12. 

Dan Tomic: Baseball 9,10; Basketball 
10. 

Mike Toth: Soccer 9,10,11,12; Swim- 
ming 11,12. 

Pete Tuft: Student Council 12. 
Jay Turpin: Soccer 9,10,11,12-Captain 
12. 

Kristie Ugrinic: Volleyball 9,10; Softball 
9,10,12; Student Council 12; Class Cab- 
inet 9,10; Yearbook 12. 
Christine Valencic: Cheerleader 
9,10,11,12-Captain 9,12; Class Cabinet 
9,10,12; Student Council 12; Track 
9.10. 



William J. Wagner Jr.: Baseball 9,10,11. 
Kristen L. Weber: Survey 11,12; Year- 
book 11,12; AFS 12; Ski Club 12. 
Jennifer J. Welker: Varsity Chorale 
11,12-Social Director 12; Big Show 
10,11,12; Senior Talent Night 11,12; 
Student Council 10,11,12; Yearbook 10. 
Sheila White: Band 9,10,11; Foreign 
Language Club 10,11. 
Nicole Williams: Student Council 9,10; 
Class Cabinet 9,10; Key Club 10. 
Holly Wilson: Student Council 9; Peer 
Tutor 11. 

Lorinne Wolenski: Volleyball 9; Basket- 
ball 9. 

Sonya Yates: Achievers 9,10,11,12; 
Peer Tutor 11,12; Student Council 12. 
Angela Lynn Zingale: Football Aide 
9,10,11,12; Track 11,12. 



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183 



Once again, the Seniors 
were asked to tell who 
their favorite teachers 
were. And once again, it was a 
very difficult question to an- 
swer. But coming out on top this 
year were Mr. Hartmann and 
Mrs. McLaughlin, folowed close- 
ly by Mr. Sallach, Mr. Serra, Mr. 
Walsmith, Mr. Lowe and Mrs. 
Tkac. Other favorites included 
Mr. Pawlowski, Mrs. Pla, Mr. Von 
Benken, Mr. Raicevich, Ms. Rob- 
erts and Mrs. Paskert. Nearly ev- 
ery teacher was mentioned by at 
least one senior, though, prov- 
ing once again that Euclid High 
School has not only the finest 
students, but the finest teachers 
as well. 

-Debbie Sarpolis 



My favorite teacher 




Students in Mr. Durbin's computer class. 




Michelle Newcomb, Debbie sarpolis. Holly Wilson, Lori Bruketa and Chris Oblak in Trench class. 




Mr. Hartmann helping Jenny Burlison during class. 



Kathleen Nugent and Sheri Geisweidt in computer class. 



Seniors 



184 



From Russia With Lova 



Soviet leader eases world tensions 



With the end of the '80s 
came a sweep of reform 
in the nation historical- 
ly seen as our enemy, Russia. 
The Big Bear on the other side 
of the oceans has gone through 
many changes since the rise of 
it's current leader, Mikhail Gor- 
bachev. This czar has installed a 
policy of openess, known as 
Glasnost, in the USSR. Over the 
past several decades the Soviet 
Union has been able to do many 
wonderful things as far as sci- 
ence was concerned such as put- 
ting men and machines in 
space, but the Russian people 
have been suffering from a terri- 
ble lack of essential items such 
as food and appliances. Gorba- 
chev was the first Russian to ad- 
mit that the system wasn't 



working. 

Gorbachev has, more or less, 
opened the Soviet Union to out- 
side influences, allowing Ameri- 
can bands (i.e. Bon Jovi, Billy 
Joel, Motley Crue) to perform 
within the Red borders. Not 
since the Bolshevik revolution 
of 1917 had that country experi- 
enced such a dramatic govern- 
ment reform. They have even re- 
written history books to reflect 
what really happened instead of 
what the Communists wanted 
the people to believe happened. 
Where there once a Cold War, 
the US/Soviet relationship has 
steadily grown balmy. Peace 
talks between "Gorby" and Rea- 
gen/Bush have been increasing- 
ly profitable in terms of arms re- 
duction. Summits have 



occurred about as often as an- 
other "Friday the 13th" movie. 
Gorbachev has been quoted 
"We need a Socialist democracy 
like the air we breathe". Polls 
have shown that Americans 
were far more concerned about 
the trade deficit with Japan than 
with a confrontation with 
Russia. 

Russia's new policy has had a 
profound input in Europe. Hun- 
gary's Parliament has declared 
itself a "republic" while Poland 
and Czechoslovakia are also 
moving in that direction. De- 
mocracy was a common word in 
the Eastern European countries. 

Mikhail Gorbachev has done 
more to ease world tensions in 
the past several years than any- 
one before him. Here's a salute 
to this historic Soviet leader in 
the hope of more democratic re- 
form throughout the world. 
-Bill Castrovince 




The USA has many happy students. Hopefully Russian students will soon be happy. 

Seniors 



185 



Remember When » , * EHS 



While many Euclid stu- 
dents are still making 
memories of their own, 
the senior class was more than 
happy to remember some of the 
gems from their past. 
Jennifer Slattery and Audra But- 
kus remember when lunches 
were only $1.00. 
Fatty Levstik remembers Mr. 
Gubitosi making everyone 
stand in the corner if they were 
late to homeroom. 
Chris Clark, Rose Faraci, Jeff 
Kline, Sharon Billi, Jennifer Ma- 
son, Jennifer Welker and Sean 
Scott remember when we had 5 
minutes between classes. 
Audra Butkus remembers when 
everyone went to dances and 
when everyone went to Wendy's 
after the football games. 
Missy Horvath recalls when the 
cafteria caught on fire during a 
lunch period. 

Caroline Holland remembers 
when Coach Sheck tore off his 
shirt at a pep rally against St. 
Joes. 

Lee Ann Dohucki remembers 
when a kid fell asleep in Drivers 
Ed. and he started snoring so 
loud the whole class heard him. 
Kim Faint remembers the times 
when Jennifer Masley didn't 
wear eye make-up. 
Jennifer Marks remembers Nikki 
Taysom trying to kill a bee with 
her English book and ended up 
breaking a window. 
Laurie Bock remembers when 
Euclid killed Ignatius 35 to 6. 
Mike Toth remembers in Law 
Enforcement class, Kevin Cor- 
bett was changing his clothes in 
the back room behind a screen 
and the substitute accidentally 
opened the curtain when all he 
had on was his underwear. 
Marlene Hribar remembers right 
after a basketball game with 
North, when she got back to Eu- 
clid, and she kind of pulled the 
fire alarm and was suspended 
out for ten days. 




Shannon Kelly forgot her homework again. 



Dave Cesna and Robert Erb remember when 
they caught a fish 'this big'. 




Brandy Reichman in deep thought. 



Chris Kucaric and Karen Gostomski reminiscing. 




Bill Casatrovince and Jeff Syroney remember when 
lunches were a dollar. 

Seniors 



Brendan Kelley remembers when his 
hair was short. 



186 



pAy Favorite* «« 



iuclicl seniors relate sorts'* of th«*ir favorite topics 



Radios are everywhere. 
Students just can't seem 
to be able to do anything 
without having a radio or a tape 
player nearby. The most popu- 
lar radio station indicated by the 
seniors was Power 108 FM. Oth- 
er popular stations were; WZAK 
93 FM, WNCX 98.5 FM and 
WMMS 100.7 FM. 





Bridget Ramsay, Rose Farad, and Karin rale- 
tic can't wait for Sesame Street. 



Everybody has their favor- 
ite TV series according to 
each individual's tastes. 
Our senior's have numerous se- 
lections in this category. The 
most popular was Cheers fol- 
lowed closely by Roseanne, Alf, 
Married with Children, 21 Jump 
Street, LA Law and The Wonder 
Years. Some other popular 
shows were night Court, Grow- 
ing Pains and Full House. Tele- 
vision was an important part in 
all American's lives. 
-Lorena Orbanic 



Gunnard Doboze, the antithesis of cool. 





Barb Steele, a closet WQAL listener? 



Looks as if Mr. Serra doesn't believe Sharon 
Swyt's excuse. 



Greg Bachelor: "About my homework. ..Well, 
the dog was really hungry...". 



Homework was an impor- 
tant part in every stu- 
dent's life. That didn't 
mean that everyone always did 
their homework. Many times 
homework did not get done and 
the student's related some in- 
teresting excuses why it didn't 
get done. 

Karin Faletic said that her par- 
ents wouldn't let her do it. 
Nate Holloway said that he 
helped a friend with his the pre- 
vious night. 

Sharon Swyt said that her gold- 
fish, Henry, ate it. 
Cynthia Rivera said that she 
didn't have time since she works 
all day. 

Tia Harden had to go out of 
town. 

Lucy Bartulovic said she was ab- 
sent the day it was assigned. 
David de las Fenas didn't 
understand. 

Brian Morris didn't want to do it. 
Ann Nicolosi fell asleep while 
doing it. 

Meghan Neidel had to go to a 
meeting. 

John Little said his mom ran 
over it with the van in the 
driveway. 



Seniors 



187 




188 



Memories Divider 



Since the deadline for the 
yearbook is at the end of Fe- 
bruaury, anything occuring after 
that in the school year cannot 
be included in the current book. 
Here are some of the events 
which were not covered in last 
year's book. Spring sports 
which include baseball, softball, 
boy's tennis, and boy's and 
girl's track. Big Show, national 
Honor Society induction, don- 
key basketball, Wai Napolo 
Swim Show, Senior' Senior 
Prom, Senior From, and 
commencement. 

-Sharon Swyt 




Memories Divider 



189 



Euclid's Varsity Baseball 
team compiled a season 
record of 22-7 and cap- 
tured the G.C.C. with a 12-2 
mark. In addition, Euclid hosted 
the Continental Amateur Base- 
ball Association's High School 
World Series for the second con- 
secutive year and traveled to 
Florida for Spring Break compe- 
tition. The J.V. team also 
topped the G.C.C. with a 13-1 
Conference record as the Fresh- 
men posted a 7-5-1 season 
total. 

-Bill Castrovince 



VARSITY BASEBALL 
EUCLID OPPONENT 

5 Edgewater, Florida 2 

2 Airport H. S., Georgia 
5 Boone, Florida 10 

3 Coconut Creek, Florida 8 
12 Benedictine 2 

8 Bedford 

5 Wickliffe 2 

8 Wickliffe 1 

8 Mentor 3 

1 Brush 3 

2 Stow 11 
8 St. Joseph 2 

5 Eastlake North 1 

3 Maple Heights 1 
3 St. Edwards 2 

15 Mayfield 8 

3 Willoughby South 1 

Bay Village 1 

12 Bedford 4 

6 Mentor 5 
5 Brush 3 

7 Easlake North 9 
2 Maple Heights 

10 Mayfield 1 

5 Willoughby South 2 

10 Perry 1 

12 Orange 8 

7 Madison 2 

2 Lake Catholic 3 

SEASON RECORD WON 22 

LOST 7 

G.C.C. RECORD WON 12 LOST 2 

LEAGUE FINISH FIRST 



Bosebcillers Have Super Season 

Varsity and J.V. jplaca first in G.C.C, 




Steve Fakult hurling some heat. 

JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL 
EUCLID OPPONENT 

11 Bedford 
4 Wickliffe 

12 Mentor 3 
4 Brush 

3 Stow 2 
7 Eastlake North 2 

13 Perry 
10 Maple Heights 

2 St. Edward 1 

10 Mayfield 

4 Benedictine 3 
4 Willoughby South 

4 Bay Village 2 
6 Mentor 4 

11 Bedford 3 

11 Rocky River 

12 North Royalton 
11 Mayfield 2 

3 St. Joseph 
29 Orange 

3 Brush 2 

16 St. Joseph 1 

5 Willoughby South 1 
1 Eastlake North 3 
3 St. Ignatius 8 

9 Maple Heights(forfeit) 

SEASON RECORD WON 24 
LOST 2 

G.C.C. RECORD WON 13 LOST 1 
LEAGUE FINISH FIRST 




Brian Bell at the plate while nick Burdock 
watches the ball sail away. 



FRESHMAN BASEBALL 

EUCLID OPPONENT 

12 BriSfh 1 

4 Easljake North 8 

6 St. Edwards 7 

7 Mayfield 1 
4 Willoughby South 5 

6 Bay Village 9 
9 St. Joseph 
Eastlake North 

7 Mayfi@fd 1 
7 St. Ignatius 
4 Shaker 
South ? \ 2 

SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 
5 TIE 1 

G.C.C. RECORD WON 3 LOST 2 
TIE 1 



190 



Spring Sports 



Sofrbcillars Struggle 




i/arsity Softball, Row one: Angie Collins, Deb Risko, Kelli Newman, 
Christine Pinzarroni. Row two: Cyndy Cramer, Jill Enneper, Karen Reed, 
Sue Hamilton, Cynthia Grubach. Row three: Lori Longstreth, Brandy 
fleichman, Jennifer Kacperski, Laura Montagner, Theresa Champa, 
Head Coach Dan Maxson. 



J.V. Softball, Row one: Heather Pall, Stacey Apanaites, Nives Ivancin, 
Colleen Gallagher, Janice Kozlowski. Row two: Kelly Hodder, Jennifer 
Dietz, Vicki Fumich, Maureen DeJonge, Donna Hoag, Jayne Vurusic, 
Asst. Coach Marcia Fialko. 



VARSITY SOFTBALL 
EUCLID OPPONENT 



1 


Trinity 


19 





Trinity 


22 


3 


Central Catholic 


9 


5 


Eastlake North 


14 


6 


Warrensville Heights 


8 


2 


Mentor 


7 


9 


Maple Heights 


13 


3 


Willooughby South 


11 


16 


Bedford 


1 


3 


Brush 


6 


10 


St. Augustine 


11 


17 


Mayfield 


4 


2 


Brush 

N.E.O. TOURNAMENT 


4 


10 


Solon 


11 


4 


Trinity 


8 





Mentor 


5 





Willoughby South 


12 


15 


Bedford 


4 


9 


Mayfield 


7 


6 


Maple Heights 


7 


SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 


16 






G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST 9 


LEAGUE FINISH SIXTH 





Freshmen Softball, Row one: Lynn Keaveney, 
Michelle Reed, Joy Lewin, Karin Esch, Meghan 
Gorman, Chris Carlton. Row two: Danielle 
Coulter, Dawn Crosby, Angie McKean, Amy 
Garbincus, Jennifer Melnyk, Com Turkall. 




JUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL 


EUCLID OPPONENT 


6 


Eastlake North 


20 


24 


Warrensville Heights 


10 


4 


Cleveland Central 




Catholic 


24 


4 


Mentor 


10 


7 


Maple Heights 


27 


4 


Willoughby South 


15 


6 


Bedford 


2 


3 


Brush 


15 


5 


St. Augustine 


6 


11 


Mayfield 


9 


12 


Eastlake North 


15 


2 


brush 


12 





Mentor 


17 


10 


Bedford 


4 


8 


Willoughby South 


25 


2 


Mayfield 


3 


SEASON RECORD WON 4 LOST 


12 






G.C.C. RECORD WON 3 LOST 8 



S> c ^ 



i*% 






v t; ', *i a. ii 



FRESHMAN SOFTBALL 
EUCLID OPPONENT 



9 


Magnifcat 


8 


10 


Willoughby South 


3 


15 


Hawken 


10 


16 


Cleveland Heights 


13 


4 


Mayfield 


3 


10 


Eastlake North 


12 


4 


Eastlake North 


13 


6 


Brush 


9 


15 


Orange 


8 


3 


Magnificat 


4 


18 


Mayfield 


3 


23 


Cleveland Heights 


8 


SEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 


4 







Spring Sports 



191 



Running Away With It 

Boy's track co -champs In G«CCj 




Robert Smith finishing first as usuai. 



Boy's Track, Row one: Raiphon Bostic, James Mixon, Irvin Corbitt, Mike Carney, Ken Wolenski, Tawfig 
Akhir, Marcos Gomez, Dave Bioni, Dan Grisez. Row two: Darrell Brooks, Steve Dekleva, Joe Goerndt, 
Damon Cherne, John Burich, Chris Mason, Robert Yop, Leslie Price, Brian Jackson, Tarnell Thompson, 
James Bell. Row three: Patrice Ward, Jeff Brown, Pete Caputo, Lee Taurman, Jason Brust, John Haggerty,- 
Steve Workman, Harry Luikart, Don Ross, Coach Bob Ramlow. Row four: Bruce Hardman, Robert Jones, 
Matt Schwartz, Darryl East, Dan Francetic, Terrence Parker, Edwin Powers, Derek Willis, Bob Bell, Philip 
Walczak, Mike Barnes. 

VARSITY BOYS TRACK 
EUCLID OPPONENT 




95.5 


St. Joseph 


36.5 


92 


Willoughby South 


40 


85 


North 


38 


100 






2/3 


Bedford 


31 

1/3 


97 


Maple Heights 


35 


72 


Mentor 


60 


118 


Mayfield 


13 


92 


Brush 


40 


BIG MEETS 




Medina 


3rd 


Mentoi 




3rd 


Sandusky 


2nd 


Euclid 




1st 


Q.C.C. 




2nd 


District 


1st 


Mansfield 


9th 


Regional 


3rd 


State 




3rd 



Darryl East showing how to fly. 



Spring Sports 



SEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 


Q.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 
LEAGUE FINISH CO- 

CHAMPIONS 



192 



Disappointing Season 

Girl's track cmcl boy's tsnnk suffered 
from lack of participation 




Boy's Tennis, Row one: Dal Miranda, Toe Tressler, Keith Speroff. Row 
two: Coach Alex Dzerowicz, Ken Lux, Joe Jankowski, Mark Wirbel. 
Absent: Chris Marcic. 



Girl's track team warming up for a meet. 



VARSITY BOYS TENNIS 
EUCLID OPPONENT 

5 Valley forge 

5 Richmond Heights 

1 Wickliffe 4 
%*^ • Parma 

2 Lake Catholic 3 
2 West Geauga 3 
5 Willoughby South 
1 Eastlake ' 4 
Mayfield 5 
Mentor 5 

Brush 5 

1 Lakewood 4 
5 St. Joseph 
SEASON RECORD WON 5 
LOST 8 

G.C.C. RECORD WON 1 LOST 
4 

LEAGUE FINSH FIFTH 



VARSITY GIRLS TRACK 
EUtLID OPPONENT 



39 
39 
58 
40 
49 
1/3 

31 

90 
37 



Collinwood 81 

Madison 44 

Willoughby South 70 

Eastlake North 88 



Bedfi 




pUSton" 68 

Painesville Riverside65 
Maple Heights 37 

f\4/M 91 

51 

77 

ORD WON 2 

WON 2 LOST 5 

Spring Sports 





India Ford preparing to run. 



193 



Big Show s "Birclia Flys 

Euclid struts their version of "Bye Bye Birdie 



Jeff Syroney and Hol- 
ly Firsig "Put on a 
Happy race". 




Hugo (Troy Berger) and Kim 
(Missy Long) in a lover's tiff. 



Conversion rules during "The Telephone Hour' 




Mayor Mark Wirbel tries to restore order as Dominic Ry- Mama (Debbie Long) laying on the guilt trip, 
marczyk, Christa Deister, Diane Baird, Bryant Carol and 
Bill Castrovince look on. 



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Big Show 







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Conrad and the Teens "Have a Lot of Living To Do ". 



Sweet Apple's Conrad Birdie Groupies. 




In complete contrast to last 
year's fairy tale Big Show, 
1989 bacame the time to 
rock-n-roll with Conrad Birdie 
and the musical "Bye, Bye, Bird- 
ie". The cast was successful in 
zapping audiences back to 
1959, when all girls in Sweet Ap- 
ple, Ohio worshipped Conrad 
Birdie and his rebellious nature. 
Paralleling Elvis Presley, Con- 
rad was drafted for the army, 
and his desperate manager Al- 
bert Peterson, spurred on by 
persistent, loving Rose Alvarez, 
must stage a final publicity 
stunt so that Albert can return to 
his original career as "an En- 
glish teacher". The stunt, a fare- 
well kiss on the "Ed Sullivan 
Show" to a lucky fan - Kim Ma- 
cAffee - turned the "simple life" 
in Sweet Apple to chaos, espe- 



cially for Harry, Doris, and Ran- 
dolph MacAffee (Kim's family) 
as well as Ursula Merkle and the 
teenage population! 

Mever mind that Kim was 
pinned to Hugo Peabody - Con- 
rad Birdie must come first. 

Directors Sandi Bambic, Rob- 
ert Godfrey, Sally Parrino, Al 
Black , and Judith Carmody pro- 
duced a hilarious rendition of 
the screaming, fainting teenage 
boppers, (disguised daily as 
high school and middle school 
students I) their conservative 
but - thank goodness!- helpful 
and loving parents, and all the 
crazy antics that surrounded 
that "healthy, normal American 
boy" - Conrad Bir- 
die "EEEEEEEE II She said 

the name II" 

-Heidi Martin 





Mrs. Macafee (Heidi Martin) and Kim (Missy Long) in a 
mother/daughter discussion. 



Big Show 89 



Albert(Jeff Syroney) calmly explains his 
point to Rosie(Jennifer Waltermire). 



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hicbfih enjoy donkey basketball arid motown review 




Let's look back to Spring 
'89. Do you remember the 
Motown Review, the 2nd 
annual Donkey Basketball 
game, and Wai Napolo's presen- 
tation of Water Reels? Well if you 
don't, you missed out on a lotl 



The 1st annual Motown Review 
was a tribute to the greatest Mo- 
town hits and featured students 
in various dance routines. Don- 
key Basketball provided laugh- 
ter and excitement for the audi- 
ence as well as the players. 




Meanwhile, the traditional Wai 
Piapolo show was a huge suc- 
cess as always thanks to the 
dedication and hard work of the 
participants. 

-Lorena Orbanic 
-LeeAnn Dobucki 



1-"=" I 
L|LfA 







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Memories From Last Year 



Solng lor the scientific gold 
Senior awards '8 V 




Pentathalon", "Water, Wa- 
ter Everywhere" "Get 
Your Bearings".. Strange 
sounding? Yes, but they were 
typical of those events which 
our Science Olympiad team 
faced on February 25, 1989. 
Coaches Rick Wherley and Chris 
Torrelli led the crew to an excel- 
lent outing against the twenty 
other teams at Case Western Re- 
serve University, the site of the 
annual regional competition. 

In its second year of play, the 
team placed medals in three 
events. Medal winners were: 
Bob Bell, Ken Lux, Heidi Martin, 
Bill Wichert and Janene Zakraj- 
sek. Other members included: 
Brian Ashman, Joe Avcin, Dave 
Bauer, Joe Jankowski, Julie Fi- 
scher, Stacey Marron, Joe Sol- 
nosky and Milton Wyley. The 
purpose of the Science Olympi- 
ad tournament was to combine 
knowledge of science with cre- 
ativity, sports and fun. Interest 
in participating was not as high 
as liked, probably because it re- 
quires extra time for prepara- 
tion and the competition oc- 
curred on a Saturday. Mr. 
Wherley hopes that with more 
experience and enthusiasm the 
relatively new group will grow 
and succeed even more. If inter- 
ested, see Mr. Wherley. You 
might even get to build the bet- 
ter mousetrap II 

-Heidi B. Martin 



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Memories From Last Year 



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Honor students inducted Into NHSi 
Senior citizens enjoy 'senior' Senior Prom] 





TW^¥ ational Honor Society is 
1^1 an organization that not 
X X only recognizes academ- 
ic excellence in students but 
also community involvement. 
Many juniors and seniors were 
awarded the prestigeous honor 
of membership. In May a cere- 
mony was held to formally in- 
duct the members. 

Also, in May of 1989, Student 
Council held its first annual 'Se- 
nior' Senior From. Over 300 Eu- 
clid senior citizens attended the 
festivities. Upon entering, they 
were greeted by members of 
Student Coucil who handed out 
flowers. There was music, dan- 
cing... an occasion to remember. 
-Sharon Swyt 




198 



Looking Back 




Prom allows students to get out on the town 
Sraduation puts students out on their own 




Prom was an experience 
enjoyed by almost every- 
one. It was held at Lander- 
haven Country Club for the sec- 
ond consecutive year. It was 
really spectacular watching 
many of the students arrive in 
limousines. Upon entering pic- 
tures were taken in the lobby fol- 
lowed by dancing and the tradi- 
tional meal. However, the fun 
did not end there. There was af- 
terprom to attend and many 
watched the sun rise aboard the 
Goodtime II. The usual post- 
prom trip to Cedar Point had 
many participants. 

Euclid High School's forty 
fourth commencement took 
place at the Front Row Theater 
at 7:30PM on Friday, June 9, 
1989. Four hundred forty four 
seniors graduated at that time. 
It was a memorable ceremony at 
which the Varsity Chorale sang 
and the Orchestra played. Vale- 
dictorian, Heidi Martin and salu- 
tatorian, David Sargent spoke of 
life and times at Euclid High 
School. 

-Sharon Swyt 




Looking Back 



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ACUITY PATRONS 



Jane Addis 

Robert Addis 

Justin and Patricia Antonini 

Antonia Araca 

Ronald A. Backos 

Sandi Bambic 

John and Phyllis Barcza 

Mrs. Charlotte Bensusan 

Patricia Buck 

Mr. Mike Burns 

Judith Lynn Carmody 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gubitosi 

Patricia A. Habat 

Ardelle Marrell 



Carolyn Heuer 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffert 

Ellen Klein 

Cheryl A. Knox 

Jane Lellis 

Joan Lidrbauch 

Theodore and Mary Lomac 

William Mc Guinness 

Judith Mc Laughlin 

Mr. R. Montani 

Mrs. K. Morris 

Ben Pasquale 

Robert J. Petrovic 

Sally Pla 



Mr. Jim Presot 

Sandra Sanborn 

The Schmelings 

Jennifer L. Schwan 

Paul Serra 

Ron Seymour 

Frank, Frankie and Tina Soltesz 

C. Torrelli 

Bill Von Benken 

M. White 
The Yuhas Family 
Judith Zubizarreta 



PARENT PATRONS 



John and Mary Ashman/Brian Ashman 

Congratulations Brian, 

You have made us very proud parents with your academic 

accomplishments. 

Mom and Dad and Joyce. 

J. Avcin/Joseph Avcin 

Dear Joe, 

Congratulations on all of your excellent achievements. We are very 

proud of you 1 1 

Love, Mom and Dad and brothers Jack and Jim. 



Pamela L. Berry/Norman L. Berry 

Son, These cherishable and inspirational words were once given to me, 

now 1 give them to you: they went like this: Good, Better, Best, never let 

it rest until good get better and better get bestl 

Love Mom 

James and Catherine Beko/Cheryl Bilak 

We love youl And remember: "School" was a pop quiz-"life" is the final 

exam. 



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200 



PARENT PATRONS 



David and Carol Browne/John J. Browne 

Congratulations! Best of luck to you, John, we are proud of you 

Love, Mom and Dad. 

Charles P. and Ronna K. Bryant/Chris Bryant 

Congratulations to the Drum Line and to the Panther Marching Band. 

rhanks for all the good music. Jazz Band. Good job, ChrisI 

Helen Bucknot/James Bucknot 

In memory of Bonnie Lee (Bucknot) Schaub 

Robert and Joyce Buehner/Pamela E. Buehner 

Dear Pam, 

May all your hopes and dreams come true. Good luck always. We love 

you. 

Mom and Dad. 

Carolyn Bush and Richard Peterson/Terence Bush 
Best Wishes class of 1990 

Ed Carpenter/Matthew W. Carpenter 
Good Luck Seniors. 

ftriano and Janice Cesa/Joseph A. Cesa 

Charles and Mary Ann Cesna/David Cesna 
Dave-Don 't worry, be happy. 
Love, Mom. 

Mario and Patricia Chiudioni/Antoinette M. Chiudioni 

Dear Toni: May the joys and friendships of your high school years never 

dim. 

Love and affection. Mom and Dad. 

Sheran and Timothy Clark/Christine M. Clark 

Tina, we love you and are proud of you. May you receive as much joy 
and happiness in the future as you have given to us this last 17 years. 
Love, Mom and Dad. 

Terrie N. Doboze/Gunnard M. Doboze 

Gunnard, I am proud of your life accomplishments. Keep on celebrating 

life one day at a time. 

Love, Mom. 

Jeanne Doles/Kimberly Doles 

Stardust fell from the sky to make your eyes, 

Moonbeams colored your hair, 

And angel kisses sent you on your way to me. 

Love, Mom and Tony 

Nancy Dudziak/Jennifer Dudziak 
With love, Mom. 

Steve and Kathy Enneper/Jill Enneper 

Jill, Good luck in college-Hope your college years are as successful as 

your high school years have been. 

We love you, Dad, Mom, John and Jean. 

Mary C. Fitzpatrick and Family/Thomas A. Eitzpatrick 

God bless all the 1990 graduates-Thanks teachers-We love you Tom. 

Tim and Carmie Eogarty/Christen Fogarty 
Good luck for the 90's. 



Jim and Mary Fumich/Victoria A. Fumich 

Vicki; Good luck in these last two high school years. 

We love youl Dad and Mom. 

James and Rosemary Geisweidt/Sherri Marie Geisweidt 
Dear Sherri; Congratulations Senior! We are so very proud of you and 
your accomplishments. We love you and wish you lots of love, happi- 
ness and success for your future. 
Always, Mom, Dad, Jennifer and Boomer. 

Jim and Delphine Gostomski/Karen Alice Gostomski 

You're the best - We all love you - God Bless you always. 

Love, Your family, Mom, Dad, Doreen, Jim, Jenny, Joyce and Chelcee! 

Wayne and Bonnie Gould/Scott R. Gould 

Congratulations on completion of your junior year-good luck in your 

upcoming senior year. 

Love, Mom and Dad. 

Judy and Dave Hammer/Steve Hammer 
Steve, we knew you could do it! 
Love, Mom and Dad. 

Sharon Higham/Doug Higham 

Dear Doug; Congratulations and all our wishes for the very best in the 

future. 

Love, Mom, Leslie, Greg and Steven. 

Beverly C. Highland/Chad Highland 

Do the best that you can-with all that you are given-and you will never 

fail God, nor yourself. 

1 love you very much, Mom. 

Valerie Jackson Dues/Shelli M. Jackson 

To my darling daughter, Shelli. I wish you all the luck and success that 

you may endeavor. 

Love, Mom. 

Bill and Laurel Jerin/William Jerin 
Step two completed, keep it going. 
Mom and Dad. 

Iva E. Jones/Raymond C. Jones 

Congratulations Ray, I'm proud of you. May God bless you always. 

Love, Mom. 

Michele and Al Kuhen/Eric Kuhen 

Eric, Wishing you all the best that life has to offer now and in the future. 

Love, Mom and Dad. 

Bill and Toni Laurenson/Bill Laurenson 
Congratulations! We are very proud of you. 
Mom, Dad and Sue. 

Martha Lawrence/Eric Lawrence 

Eric, Get involved and make happy memories for yourself. 

Love, Mom. 



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201 



PARENT PATRONS 



Mr. & Mrs. Peter Levstik/Patty Levstik 
Patty, Congratulations go out to you, now that 
your high school years are through. May your 
every dream come true, in the college you 
choose to pursue. 
Love Always, Mom, Dad and Joey. 

Shirley Martin/Robert A. Martin Jr. 

Bob, We have had our ups and downs, but you 

are the best son a mom could want. 

Congratulations! 

Love, Mom. 

Dan And Sarah Mason/Jennifer M. Mason 
We got you there on time. You did the restl 
Congratulations! 
Love, Mom and Dad. 

George and Dora Maust/Teresa Maust 
Learning and school have not always been 
your forte, but through the trials and mistakes, 
I think you've built character for future goals. 
Love, Mom and Dad. 

Michael and Geraldine Mazzei/Elizabeth 
Mazzei 

"I am the part that I must play, I am the jour- 
ney 1 must go, All that I am 1 must endure, bear 
the burden of my years, of good and evil, 
time and place, before the story all is told." -R. 
Nobelman. 

Thomas R. and Victoria C. McPiamara/Mary 
Louise McNamara 
You make us proud. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerris K. Miller/Molly A. Miller 
Dearest Molly, Thank you for the special joy 
you bring into all of our lives. 
Love, Mom and Dad. 

Dalmacio Jr. and Maluisa Miranda/Ruth B. 
Miranda 

Dearest Ruth, Congratulations on your gradu- 
ation. We are so proud of you. Hope you will 
succeed in your chosen career. Our good Lord 
will take care of you. 
Good Luck, Love always. Daddy and Mommy. 

Sheila Morris/Brian Morris 

True success is measured by happiness. I 

hope you have much success in your life's 

ambitions. 

Love, Mom 

Kathy and Tony Muzinic/Christopher Muzinic 
Keep up the good work. We love you, Mom and 
Dad. 



Bill and Elaine Newcome/Michelle Newcomb 
Michelle, You have always been a joy to us. 
Your determination to accomplish your goals 
and showing compassion and love for your 
friends has proved to be a good foundation for 
future successes. We are proud of you and 
wish you God's blessings. 
Love, Mom, Dad, Maria and Johnny. 

Loenard and Dorothy Nosse/Lance R. Nosse 
Lance, We knew you could do it. Hope all of 
your dreams come true. 
Love, Dad and Mom. 

Frank J. and Rose Marie Oblak/Christine Marie 

Oblak 

Congratulations! 

All our love. Dad, Mom, Fran, Jean, Frank, 

Lori. 

Arnold and Marilyn Ospelt/Heidi Marie Ospelt 
Heidi, Thanks for all the great memories of 
your years at EHS. You've only just begun. 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Parker/Terenz H. Parker 

Michael and Ann Penn/Barbara Ann Penn 
Barbara, we knew you could do it, keep your 
head to the sky. We love you. Mike, Ann Mi- 
chelle and Mike Jr. 

Marv and Carol Polo/Heather Polo 

To our daughter who has always made us 

proud. 

Don and Carol Radachy/David Radachy 
David, Congratulations on your accomplish- 
ments! Lots of luck in college. We know you'll 
succeed. 
Love, Mom and Dad. 

Paul and Sheri Reynolds/Thomas Reynolds 
Tom; We are very proud of your achievements 
the past four years and are especially glad you 
gave us the chance to participate in them with 
you. Congratulations and we are behind you in 
whatever your endeavors are in the future. Su- 
san says congratulations too. 
Love, Mom and Dad. 

Candace and Len Carmichael/Balee Codding- 
ton Riley 

Balee, We are very proud and hope the future 
holds much happiness and success! 
Love, Mom and Dad. 

Djuro and Rata Rogonjic/Mate Rogonjic 

Gary and Kathleen Sarpolis/Deborah Sarpolis 
Debbie: Thanks for all the beautiful memories. 
We are so proud of you. 
Love, Mom and Dad. 



Bill and Karen Schaefer/Chris Schaefer 

Chris, As you embark on your senior year our 

love and best wishes are with you. Dare to 

dream. 

Mom and Dad. 

Robert and Linda Schmidt/Kim Schmidt 

To Kim 'Tigger' Schmidt, Way to go 'Tigger'II 

Love Mom and Dad. 

Connie Shippitka/Michael Shippitka 
Good luck son in all you do! Blue crew. 

Paul Serra/Robert Smith 

Robert, always, "Do the right thing!" 

Best of luck in all of your future endeavors. 

Paul Serra 

Bill and Vicki Swearingen/Charles Swearingen i 
Congratulations, Ted! We love you! 
Love, Mom and Dad 

John and Karen Swyt/Sharon M. Swyt 
Sharon Michelle. ..Always our "Tinkerbell", We j 
love you. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce S. Torzewski, Sr./Bruce S. 
Torzewski, Jr. 

Pat and Jerry Bizjak/Kristie Ugrinic 
Go for it all, it's there. 
All our love, Jer and Mom. 

Catherine Welker/Jennifer Welker 

Little Pie Face, Study Hard and Tumble Easy! 

Love mom and dad. 

Charles and Yvonne Yates/Sonya Yuehe Yates 
Sonya, I pray that God will always bless you, as 
we have been blessed. 
Love, Charles and Yvonne Yates. 

Jerry and Judy Zingale/ Angela Zingale 
You, Angie, are the conclusion of an accumu- 
lated "78" years of the Zingale family attend- 
ing Euclid schools. Roosevelt, Russell Erwine, 
Upson, Euclid Central, Shore, Forest Park and 
Euclid High were all learning institutions for 
one or more of our family, with all graduating 
from E.H.S. With much love. Mom, Dad, Tony, 
Tina, and nick wish you success and happi- 
ness as you enter a whole "new" world. You 
want the best.. .Then do your best.. .And you'll 
get the bestll Love, YOUR FAMILYII 



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INDEX 




Here's to the class of 1990. 



Abbey, Shelley 107 

Abshire, Michelle 46, 113 

Academics Divider 88 

Acoff, Quintin 127 

Activity Divider 20 

Ad, Student Council 178 

Adams, Kelly 108 

Adams, Vernard 90 30, 38, 45, 46, 55, 

84, 145, 146, 147, 180, 220 

Addis, Jane 46, 93, 104, 200 

Addis, Robert 91, 200 

Addy, Mitchell 127 

Administration 90 

Aides, Clinic 39 

Aides, Library 39 

Aides, Media 43 

Aides, Office 42 

Aides, Sports 57 

Akhir, Tawfig 192 

Akos, Kristen 111 

Albano, Adam 113 

Albright, Derykka 108, 127 

Alesnik, Kerri 127, 134 

Alexander, Christopher 85, 108 

Alexander, Myisha 113 

Alspaugh, Stephen 22, 23, 27, 29, 93, 

163 

Alvis, Sherri 90 146 

Jim Sigh and Greg Sedmak enjoying an 
assembly. 




Amato, Dan 90 146 

Amato, Sue 55, 93, 108 

American Field Service 46 

Ames, Matthew 90 146 

Amos, Jae 23, 27, 105 

Anderson, Edna 93 

Anderson, Felecia 90 146 

Anderson, Thomika 23, 25, 127 

Andrews, Harold 61, 75, 127 

Anewich, Brandi 127 

Anistantas, Lynda 69 

Antonini, Justin 10, 90, 200 

Apanaites, Stacey 44, 127, 191 

Aponte, Bernadette 90 146 

Apuzzio, John 47, 113 

Aquila, Renee 90 146 

Araca, Anna 93, 200 

Archibald, Carl 93 

Arlesic, John 61, 64, 102, 113 

Arlesic, Paul 90 146, 180 

Armold, Tina 127 

Arnold, Cynthia 107 

Ashman, Brian 90 35, 48, 96, 141, 146, 

180, 197, 200 

Ashman, Joyce 23, 27, 51, 56, 110 

Ashurst, Tonia 110 

Aspinwall, Lisa 32, 33, 44, 109 

Asseff, Denise 90 146 

Atlas, Christopher 44, 72, 84, 105 

Attamante, Bill 93 

Aube, William 113 

Avcin, Joseph 90 20, 48, 146, 180, 197, 

200 

Ayer, Amy 113 

Ayers, Jennie 26, 28, 39, 56, 113 



Babb, Thomas 113 

Babic, Roxanne 108 

Bachelor, Bryan 113 

Bachelor, Gregory 90 53, 146, 180, 

187, 208 

Backos, Ron 93, 200 

Badley, Darryl 23, 27, 65, 84, 108 

Baer, Matthew 111 

Bailey, Christopher 109, 113 

Bailey, Kelvin 108 

Bailey, Tamika 108 

Baioni, David 47, 84, 113 

Baird, Dianne30, 31, 44, 127, 170, 194, 

211 

Baker, Dwayne 55, 61, 127 

Baker, Fatti 127 

Balante, Ronald 113 

Ball. James 113 

Ball, Melissa 90 44, 54, 146, 180 

Bambic, Sandi 44, 55, 89, 92, 93, 104, 

109, 171, 195, 200 

Banc, Tom 61, 62, 89, 93 

Band, Concert 27 

Band, Jazz 29 

Band, Marching 22 

Band. Symphonic 26 

Banks, Lavissa 90 146 

Banning, Shelley 113 

Baranowski. Christopher 90 43, 146 

Barbish. Ethel 93 




Fun during Senior Talent Might. 



Barcza, Jennifer 90 46, 134, 146, 180, 

204 

Barcza, John 93, 200 

Barker, Brenda 91, 95 

Barkoot, Matthew 106 

Barley, Matthew 127 

Barnauskas, Mike 61, 64 

Barnes, Mark 82, 83 

Barnes, Michael 192 

Barrett, Sharon 38, 44, 50, 127, 212, 

215, 220 

Barstow, Stephen 66, 67, 113 

Bartel, Kelly 110 

Bartlett, Carta 127 

Bartulovic, Lucille 90 146, 174, 180, 

187 

Barwidi, Robyn 109 

Bas, Jim 105 

Basketball Cheerleaders 33 

Basketball, Boy's 76 

Basketball, Girl's 80 

Bates, Talya 127 

Batteiger, James 90 21, 37, 146, 180, 

181 

Bauer. David 90 22, 23, 26, 28, 29, 35, 

146, 197, 204 

Bauer, Gregory 26, 105 

Baylog, Jason 106 

Bechtel, Carol L. 90 

Bechtel, Rebecca 105 



Shannon Kelly and Lisa Hunt feeling old. 




Index 



203 




Angela Perry and Angela Zingale enjoying half- 
time at a football game. 



Bechtel, Ted 113 

Beck, Jennifer 7, 23, 24, 127 

Beck, Keith 90 61, 146 

Beck, Michael 75, 113 

Beder, Edward 102, 113 

Beder, Judita 90 51, 147, 173, 177, 

180, 220 

Behun, Jody 102, 113 

Behun, Stephen 127 

Behun, Tara 106 

Beideleman, La Shon 16 

Beining, Doreen 127 

Beletic, Anthony 111 

Bell, Brian 78, 79, 113, 190 

Bell, Frank Robert90 72, 85, 147, 172, 

180, 192, 197, 197 

Bell, James 192 

Bell, Latrice 127 

Bell, Nikki 113 

Bender, Stan 93 

Benjamin, De Launda 107 

Bensusan, Charlotte 93, 200 

Berardinelli, Micheal 111 

Berger, Troy 194 

Berry, Jennifer 109 

Berry, Norman 90 84, 147, 200 

Berzin, Michelle 90 16, 147, 180, 183 

Berzin, Mitchell 41, 127 

Berzinskas, Michelle 35, 127 

Berzinskas, Saulius 170, 180 

Berzinskas, Tomas 113 

Bevanda, George 90 66, 67, 147, 174 

Bevanda, Joe 90 66, 67, 147 

Bey, Kamel 113 

Bibbs. Derrick 113 

Bifra, J. 47 



Dave Bauer's solo during Senior Talent Night. 




Big Show 194 

Biggon, J Troy 109 

Bilak, Cheryl 90 147, 200 

Billi, Sharon 90 10, 11, 44, 48, 49, 147, 

164, 171, 177, 180, 186 

Bioni, David 192 

Bitner, Christopher 144 

Bitner, Gregory 113 

Bizay, Edward 78, 79, 113 

Black, Allen 43, 93, 195 

Black, Dolores 93 

Black, Lisa 90 36, 147 

Blackburn, Steven 71 

Blackford, Juliet 113 

Blackwell, Lamicca 111 

Blasius, Theresa 81, 127, 218 

Bleich, Al 93 

Bleigh, Jeri Anne 104 

Bock, Laurie 90 30, 38, 42, 45, 56, 145, 

147, 176, 180, 186 

Bock, Lee 47, 127 

Boiner, Gerald 127 

Boncha, Joshua 27, 108 

Bonn, Rick 90 147 

Bonnay, Michelle 90 147, 180 

Booker, Johnny 107 

Booker, Lonzelle 113 

Borden, Shaman: 113 

Borgione, Wanda 127 

Boros, Jocelyn 127 

Boros, Joseph 90 147 

Boros, Victoria 125, 127 

Bostic, Raiphon 192 

Bothwell, Aerica 90 147 

Bouffard, Matthew 90 34, 147, 175 

Bowden, La Verne 90 147 

Bowers, Brian 64, 113 

Bowling, Sherita 39, 46, 113 

Boy's Basketball 76 

Boy's Cross Country 72 

Boyce, Michael 85, 104 

Boyce, Nancy 113 

Boyd, Benjie 64, 113 

Boyd, Chyrese 105 

Boykin, Jennean 113 

Boyle, Edward 127 

Bracken, Chad 90 37, 148 

Bradac, Shawna 127 

Bradach, Coleen 11, 13, 73, 80, 81, 127 

Bradley, Linda 110 

Brearton, Gene 93 

Brent, Chawn 107 

Brent, Christopher 90 75, 148 

Brentar Plumbing and Heating 125 

Brewington, Catinna 81, 127 

Brickman, Beth 90 10, 20, 44, 148, 180 

Brickman, Christopher 127 

Brickman, Craig 90 148, 180 

Bridges, Tiffany 23, 109 

Britt, Blane 110 

Brizes, Jennifer 108 

Brkic, Suzi 103, 127 

Brodzinski, Katherine 109 

Brokaw, Brigett 127 

Brokaw, Greg 18 

Brooks, Charles 113 

Brooks, Darrell 61, 64, 113, 192, 204 

Brown, Adam 90 44, 148 

Brown, Cleveland 65, 106 

Brown, Jeffrey 90 85, 148, 180, 192 

Brown, Lakiesha 104 

Brown, Stacey 23, 24, 113 

Browne, John 90 148, 201 

Bruketa, Anthony 66, 67, 113 




Teresa Evans, Darrell Brooks, Nikki Golden, 
Jenny Barcza and Ayanna Matthews enjoying 
each other's company. 

Bruketa, Loraine 90 148, 180, 184 

Bruno, Tracy 90 148, 180 

Brust, Jason 90 37, 148, 180, 192 

Bryant, Andre 127 

Bryant, Christian 90 23, 26, 28, 29, 43, 

66, 67, 148, 201 

Bryant, Ondre 113 

Bryant, Ronald 127 

Buck, Pat 68, 93, 200 

Bucknot, James 109, 201 

Budway, Jon 90 148 

Buehner, Pamela 90 42, 44, 148, 173, 

180, 182, 201 

Bunderland, Matthew 113 

Bunn, Christine 106 

Bunn, Richard 90 66, 67, 148, 170, 180 

Burdock, Nicholas 113, 190 

Burge, Maya 90 32, 36, 148, 180 

Burgess, Samuel 90 61, 148, 180 

Burich, Bridget 30, 31, 45, 113 

Burich, John 30, 86, 87, 127, 137, 192 

Burke, Daniel 23, 26, 46, 75, 109 

Burke, Patricia 7, 32, 127, 207, 209 

Burke, Stephen 34, 46, 66, 75, 127 

Burlison, Jennifer 90 149, 173, 180, 

183, 184 

Burns, Michael 200 

Burns, Michael 93, 108 

Burrington, Steve 90 149 

Bush, Brian 65, 86, 87, 110 

Bush, Terence 90 76, 77, 149, 180, 201 

Bush, Virginia 84, 111 

Butkus, Audra 90 44, 149, 174, 180, 

186 

Butkus, Saulius 64, 113 

Bydash, Wendy 30, 127 

Light moments during Concert Band. 




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rom Kermode on the keyboard during the 
loliday concert. 



Cable, Monica 39, 109 

Caine, Catherine 108 

Caine, Rachel 90 149 

Caldwell, Cynthia 108 

Caldwell, David 113 

Caldwell, Garry 105 

Calhoun, Rhonda 127 

Callahan, Daymond 79 

Calwise, James 113 

Cantini, Eric 65, 85, 110 

Capuozzo, Joseph 113 

Capuozzo, Tracy 125, 127 

Caputo, Peter 192 

Carey, Patrick 127 

Carlson, Eric 23, 27, 109 

Carlson, Jan 88, 93 

Carlton, Chris 191 

Carlton, Christine 9, 44, 113 

Carlton, Daniel 44, 107 

Carmigiano, Anthony 127 

Carmody, Judith 45, 49, 52, 89, 93, 

107, 108, 171, 195, 200 

Carney, Kelly 56, 127 

Carney, Michael 72, 127, 192, 206 

Camey, Scott 30 

Carol, Bryant 194 

Carpenter, Matthew 90 149, 181, 201, 

209 

Carroll, Bridie 40, 45, 106 

Carroll, Bryant 127 

Carroll, Jason 61, 128 

Carroll, Wilma 36, 93 

Carsey, Robert 90 149 

Carter, Tamiko 128 

Some senior sing and dance... 




Carter, Tiffany 114 
Castro, M Rogelene 20, 57, 128 
Castrovince, William 90 2, 18, 19, 20, 
21, 40, 44, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 
55, 112, 130, 145, 148, 149, 175, 180, 
183, 185, 186, 190, 194, 220 
Castrovinci, Jeanine 90 149, 180 
Caterina, Giuliano 109 
Cating, Michael 23 
Cayne, Betsy 44, 103, 128, 133 
Cecelic, Christine 128 
Celeste, Anthony 90 149 
Cencic, Sonia 5, 44, 56, 87, 128, 212 
Cercek, Leslie 4, 128 
Certic, Nancy 109 
Cervar, Allen 104 

Cesa, Joseph 23, 26, 28, 75, 128, 201 
Cesna, David 90 149, 186, 201 
Chambers, Jacquelyn 114 
Chambers, Ron 93 
Champa, Theresa 191 
Chandler, Ronald 18, 128 
Chandler, Tamara 90 149 
Chapel Machine 138 
Chatman, Donaze 16, 114 
Chatman, Tennisha 128 
Chebo, Eric 128 
Chebo, Michael 170 
Cheerleaders, Basketball 33 
Cheerleaders, Football 32 
Cheraso, Brandon 128 
Cherne, Damon 85, 128, 192 
Cherne, Gregory 85, 106 
Chess Club 47 

Chiancone, Christine 44, 125, 128 
Chinchar, Matthew 90 149, 180 
Chinni, Jason 90 86, 87, 149, 170, 180 
Chitwood, Rachel 110 
Chiudioni, Antoinette 90 11, 12, 13, 53, 
149, 171, 176, 180, 201, 211 
Choral Masters 30 
Chrestoff, Shannon 111 
Christen, Shannon 23, 27, 105 
Christides, Olympia 28, 110 
Christopher, Stephanie 114 
Chun, Soo 128 
Chun, Won Ki 90 149 
Cickavage, Diane 57 
Cickavage, Mark 64, 78, 79, 114 
Cindric, Ivica 90 52, 149 
Cirino, Anthony 90 21, 40, 51, 52, 54, 
149, 180 

Cirino, Matthew A. 104 
Cirino, Michael 90 149 
Ciulla, Christopher 61, 128 
Ciuprinskas, Adrienne 128 
Clark, Christine 90 7, 16, 142, 145, 149, 
176, 186, 201, 220 
Clark, Deidre 90 12, 150 
Clark, Keith 128 
Clark, Kimberly 90 150 
Clark, Michael 106 
Clark, Msia 114 
Clark, Shaun 114 
Clark, Shawn 128 
Clarke, Jeffrey 75, 108 
Class Cabinet, Senior 53 
Clay, Michael 128 
Clay, Robin 90 150 

Clemence, Elise 90 20, 41, 46, 70, 150, 
180 

Cleveland, China 170 
Cleveland, Quasheba 105 
Clinic Aides 39 




Seniors showing talent during Senior Talent 
Might. 

Close Up 41 

Closing 220 

Club, Chess 47 

Cobb, Terry 128 

Coffer, Vernetta 114 

Colaianni, Carmen 93 

Colantonio, Dominic 90 150 

Colavecchio, Andrea 34, 81, 128 

Colby, John 27 

Coleman, Brian 114, 120 

Coleman, David 27, 47, 106 

Coleman, Jesse 90 150 

Coleman, Kevin 90 150 

Collins, Angela 11, 13, 69, 83, 114, 191 

Collins, Leo 73, 93 

Collins, Liam 86, 87, 111 

Colon, Angelique 114 

Colonna, Stacey 102, 114 

Concert Band 27 

Congin, Anthony 114 

Conrad, Andrea 70 

Cook, Maria 39, 128 

Cool, Casey 105 

Cool, Charles 128 

Copeland, Catherine 170 

Copp, Holly 93 

Corbett, Kevin 90 150, 186 

Corbitt, lrvin 84, 128, 192 

Cornelius, Yolanda 90 150 

Cotter, Christine 128 

Cotton, Jimmie 111 

Couch, Miriam 90 150 

Coulter, Christine 90 150 

Coulter, Danielle 114, 191 

Counselors 91 

Covic, Mario 110 

...while others play instruments. 




Index 



205 




Fun on the bus to skiing. 



Cox, Jamie 90 19, 54, 150, 180 

Cox, Selenea 44, 111 

Cox, Thandeka 114 

Craig, Leonard 114 

Cramer, Cynthia 90 54, 68, 85, 150, 

180, 191 

Cramer, David 34 

Crawford, Nicole 23, 27, 46, 114 

Creach, Marc 90 150 

Crombie, Gwendolyn 44, 109 

Crombie, Roger 90 66, 67, 150, 174, 

182 

Crosby, Dawn 87, 112, 114, 191, 215 

Cross Country, Boy's 72 

Cross Country, Girl's 73 

Crowley, Eric 90 150 

Cucanich, Anthony 84, 114 

Cudo, Jeffrey 90 150 

Culliton, Jodie 128 

Cummings, Damon 74, 75, 114 

Cummings, Rashonda 128 

Cunningham, Ronald 114 

Cunningham, Tessa 114 

Cupar, David 23, 27, 29, 43, 114 

Curry, Amy 114 

Curry, Anthony 128 

Curry, Vidal 54, 128 

Curtis, Michael 114 

Curtis, Robert 90 150 

Curtis, Tammy 90 18, 23, 25, 36, 37, 

53, 150, 180 

Custer, Heath 90 150 

Cutwright, Thomas 114 

Cvelbar, Michael 43, 128 

Cvelbar, William 43, 114 



The Mini Science Olympiad gave students a 
chance to estimate weights and measures. 




D Amico, Maria 23, 27, 44, 51, 69, 105 

D'Anna, Tim 75 

D.E.C.A. 37 

Dacar, Carol 109 

Dallas, Tiffany 114 

Daly, Jennifer 44, 84, 104 

Dane, Matthew 74, 75, 114, 220 

Danna, Scott 90 151 

Daugherty, Harold 76, 77, 93 

Daugherty, Justin 76, 77, 128, 218 

Daugherty, Kelly 96, 128 

Dave's Supermarket 119 

Davis, Kathleen 90 22, 23, 26, 28, 151 

Davis, Kenneth 78, 79, 114 

Davis, Lou 86, 87 

Davis, Lowell 90 

Davis, Lynn 91 

Davis, Matthew 85, 110 

Davis, William 90 151, 172 

De Andrade, Damon 106 

De Boe, Harold 45, 114 

De Filippo, Daniel 43, 128 

De Jonge, Maureen 68, 128, 191 

De Las Fenas, David 90 151, 187 

Deister, Christa 194 

Dejak, Irene 32, 33, 114 

Dekleva, Steven 192 

Del Monte, Mark 104 

Dell, Jennifer 40, 114 

Dengel, Frank 128 

Dengel, John 23, 27, 86, 87, 114 

Dengel, Mary 128 

Denholm, Jeremy 107 

Dennick, Christine 108 

Dennis, Tiffeney 114 

Denovich, Denise 23, 25 

Derezic, Andrew 106 

Derganc, Michelle 104 

Dewalt, David 90 151, 206 

Dewberry, Marcus 128 

DeWine, Carol 90 

Di Bartolomeo, Michael 26, 27, 29, 61, 

64, 86, 87, 114 

Di Bartolomeo, Samuel 43, 64, 114 

Di Paolo's House 133 

Di Pasquale, John 114 

Dick Zemo 108 

Dickerson, Candace 8 

Dickerson, Piicole T 114 

Dietz, Jennifer 22, 26, 114, 191 

Dietz, Kevin 110 

Dietz, Robin 90 37, 151 

Dietzel, Todd 90 35, 42, 55, 151 

Dillard, Duane 128 

Dineen, Jennifer 32, 33, 105 

Dirk, Julie 90 151 

Divider, Academics 88 

Divider, Activity 20 

Divider, Memories 188 

Divider, Senior 142 

Divider, Sports 58 

Divider, Student Life 4 

Divider, Underclass 102 

Dixon, Angela 114 

Dixon, Chad 104, 107 

Dixon, Dennis 114 

Dixon, Forest 85 

Dixon, Frederick 90 151 

Dixon, Josedine 90 151 

Doboze, Gunnard 90 22, 23, 26, 29, 35, 

151, 187, 201, 208 

Doboze, Stewart 114 

Dobransky, Paula 8, 38, 44, 50, 120, 




The Holiday Play was enjoyable for everyone. 



128, 212 

Dobucki, LeeAnn 90 8, 21, 35, 38, 43, 

50, 91, 96, 116, 144, 151, 177, 180, 

186, 196, 215, 220 

Dodge, Allen 90 151 

Dodge, Ronald 43, 114 

Doles, Kimberly 90 19, 30, 31, 44, 151, 

177, 180, 183, 201 

Dolsen, Jeffrey 114 

Dolter, Merry 93 

Dombrowski, John 23, 27, 114 

Dominique, Keyonna 111 

Doncevic, Robert 90 151, 173, 177, 180 

Dorazio, James 114 

Dorsey, Marquita 90 151, 180 

Doss, Mia 90 152 

Douglas, Genevieve 128 

Douglas, Renee 114 

Dowell, Steve 117 

Drake, Erika 105 

Dreis, Jennifer 128 

Drienka, Sue 82, 83 

Dubecky, Daniel 128 

Duchon, David 90 37, 152, 180 

Duchon, Michael 117 

Dudley, De Moulh 65, 106 

Dudziak, Jennifer 90 11, 13, 32, 33, 53, 

145, 152, 171, 175, 177, 180, 201 

Dugandzic, Nada 90 152 

Dujmovic, Alen 66, 128 

Dujmovic, Marijo 128 

Duke, Bryan 128 

Duke, Michael 107 

Dulla, Chad 65, 84, 110 

Dunmire, Brian 59, 71, 78, 79, 117 



Dave Dewalt, Mike Carney and Ed Nehrig get- 
ting ready to do a lab. 




206 



Index 




'Let's all make a train. 



Durbin, Michael 93 

Dures, Miroslav90 37, 66, 67, 152, 180 

Durket, Michelle 107 

Durket, Mishell 117 

Durket, Wendy 83, 107 

Durrah, Sharonne 90 152 

Duval], Jeanne 16, 46, 128 

Dwyer, Mickelle 117 

Dysart, Eric 52, 110, 210 

Dzerowicz, Alex 94, 193 



E. T. Samuel, Printers, Inc. 125 

Eads, Richard 128 

East, Darryl 76, 77, 78, 131, 137, 192 

Echols, Reginald 61, 65, 79, 94 

Echon, Gerard 106 

Eckert, Joel 90 30, 31, 37, 66, 67, 151, 

152, 159, 180 

Ede, Leslie 90 37, 152, 180 

Edsall, James 64, 117 

Edwards, Adrienne 90 7, 152, 176 

Ehrhardt, Andrew 105 

Elliott, Tosha 84, 104 

Ells, Katie 52, 117, 210 

Emrich, Christopher 117 

Engelke, Jeffrey 71, 117 

Enneper, Jean 69, 83, 111 

Enneper, Jill 90 30, 31, 38, 42, 68, 145, 

152, 170, 180, 191, 201 

Eppich, William 67, 117 

Eppinger, Loretta 131 

Erak, Mladen 110 

Erb, Robert 90 17, 37, 152, 180, 186 



Taking tickets at a basketball game. 




Erceg, Claudia 90 152 

Esch, Karin 30, 39, 46, 117, 191 

Eubanic, Jim 65 

Eubank, Keith 84, 106 

Euclid City Council 130 

Euclid Cultural Club 36 

Euclid High Booster Club 116 

Euclid Office Supply 130 

Eucuyo 49 

Evans, Laurie 131 

Evans, Stacie 36, 44, 105 

Evans, Teresa 90 55, 152, 180, 204 

Evilsizer, Jeffrey 90 152 



Tad and Fashion 16 

Faint, Kimberly 90 22, 23, 26, 53, 152, 

181, 186 

Fakult, Christopher 131 

Fakult, Steven 90 37, 152, 190 

Faletic, Karin 90 8, 42, 153, 181, 187, 

211 

Fall Flay 52 

Faraci, Rosa 90 153, 160, 181, 186, 

187, 220 

Farrow, Shaquita 110 

Fatica Hardware 116 

Faulisi, Matthew 117 

Felden, Patrick 90 153, 177 

Feletic, Karen 85 

Fell, John 90 

Ferenac, Alice 111 

Ferrato, Michelle J 117 

Fetkovich, Jennifer 117 

Fette, Rosalie 94 

Fialko, Asst. Coach Marcia 191 

Fifolt, Marc 66, 67, 85, 131 

Fifolt, Matthew 111 

Filipasic, Tracey 90 153 

Fischer, Julie 197 

Fisher, Michael 131 

Fisher, Tiffany 108 

Fitzgerald, Meredith 34, 45, 73, 84, 131 

Fitzpatrick, Thomas 90 85, 153, 181, 

201 

Flag Corps 25 

Flaisman, Richard 71, 103, 131 

Flament, Gale 94 

Fleetwood, Antoinette 106 

Florian, Kimberly 117 

Flowers, Brett 117 

Flynt, Kevin 61, 64, 78, 79 

Focareto, Cynthia 19, 131 

Fogarty, Christin 32, 117, 201 

Football Cheerl 32, 60 

For Your Eyes Only 119 

Ford, India 45, 73, 131, 193 

Foree, Janeen 131 

Foreman, James 131 

Fowler, Jane 94 

Fox, Audree 91 

Fox, Buffy 131 

Fox, Erin 8, 34, 44, 103, 130, 131, 217 

Fox, Thomas 90 153, 181 

Francetic, Brian 72, 79, 105 

Francetic, Dan 94 

Francetic, Daniel 192 

Francis, Amora 21, 83, 117 

Franic, Ivan 117 

Franic, Natalie 117 

Frank, Gregory 105 

Frankos, Michael 131 

Frattin, Daniel 90 22, 23, 26, 29, 153, 

181 




The orchestra performing during the winter 
assembly. 

Fred Stecker Oldsmobile, Inc. 126 

Fredrickson, James 170 

Freshmen 104 

Fricke, Michael 131 

Fridel, Joann 33 

Fuduric, Mark 108 

Fulgham, Timothy 90 153, 181 

Fuller, Patrice 108 

Fumich, Victoria 131, 191, 201 



Gadson, Hakesia 110 

Gaeta, Christina 117 

Gage, Quanita 106 

Gainer, Dana 105 

Gaines, Kevin 90 60, 61, 62, 153, 181 

Gajowski, Kristen 32, 33, 117 

Galaida, Christine 131 

Gallagher, Colleen 81, 131, 191 

Gallon, Christie 110 

Galosi, Edward 40, 117 

Galosi, Robert 40, 86, 117 

Gambarski, Kevin 86 

Gambatese, Kelly 131 

Gambatese, Kimberly 90 153 

Gamber, Richard 90 153 

Gamble, Tabitha 117 

Gammon, Melissa 23, 131 

Garbincus, Amy 69, 117, 191, 215, 220 

Garbincus, Matthew 76, 77, 131 

Gardner, Dorian 75, 117 

Gardner, Eric 90 153 

Gargiulo, Dennis 131 

Garner, Mosadi-Rra 23, 27, 55, 104 

Stacie Yuhas, Shawn Orazan, Debbie Isgro, 
Patti Burke and Brandy Nickell posing during 
an assembly. 




Index 



207 




Chillin Greg Bachelor, John Little and Bob 
Jones. 

Garr, Rodney 90 153 

Gasiewski, Gerald 79, 105 

Gaspersic, Mario 131 

Gast, Kimberly 90 153 

Gast, Max 117 

Gates, Barbara 94 

Gavin, Lisa 26, 27, 32, 33, 105 

Gazann, Sheri 26 

Gazzuolo, John 90 153 

Gboney, Audrey 109 

Gboney, Yvonne 117 

Geisweidt, Sheri 90 7, 153, 181, 184, 

201 

Gembarski, Kevin 87, 131 

Gembarski, Renee 83, 117 

Gercar, Jean 90 153 

Gerland, Cheryl 109 

Gerland, Gregory 131 

Germano, Brian 131 

Gessler, Lynn 38, 44, 117 

Gezann, Sheri 22, 23, 28, 30, 31, 131 

Giancola, Linda 104 

Gibaldi, Joseph 117 

Gibbons, John 66, 67, 94 

Gibson, Kimberly 117 

Gibson, Shanel 83, 117 

Gilbert, Adair 131 

Gilbert, Kenneth 86, 87, 131 

Gilbert, Kirk 84, 108 

Gingiss formalware Center 120 

Girl's Basket 70, 80 

Girl's Cross Country 73 

Gjerek, Antoni 90 153, 177 

Glenn, Cathryn 90 23, 25, 36, 153 

Glover, Laura 90 153 

Gochneaur, Christy 106 



Gunnard Doboze has sax appeal. 



Godfrey, Bob 195 

Godina, Joseph 117 

Goebel, James 94 

Goerndt, Jeffrey 90 43, 154, 181 

Goerndt, Joseph 192 

Gojevic, Joseph 117 

Golden, Nikki 90 154, 181, 204 

Golden, Tracy 90 154 

Golf 71 

Golinar, Kristen 32, 33, 102, 117 

Golinar, Thomas 90 154, 220 

Gomez, liumberto 90 154 

Gomez, Marcos 64, 75, 117, 192 

Gooding, Bill 94 

Goodman, Jason 90 30, 31, 154, 167, 

181 

Gore, Vidal 219 

Gorman, Meghan 32, 33, 117, 191 

Gornik, Jonathan 131 

Gornik, Joseph 90 154, 173, 181 

Gostomski, Karen 90 7, 154, 176, 186, 

201 

Gould, Scott 41, 131, 201 

Grace, Jozelia 131 

Graffius, Heather 117 

Granito, Kevin 106 

Granito, Sarah 90 53, 54, 134, 154, 181 

Grant, La Quana 131 

Graves, Samantha 117 

Graves, Tracey 90 154 

Gray, Ikeira 108 

Gray, Melinda 105 

Gray, Scott 67, 117 

Graydon, Jennifer 23, 27, 110 

Grayer, Angelissa 117 

Grayes, Damian 47, 108 

Grbac, Maria 90 44, 154, 173, 181 

Green, Eric 107 

Greer, Roshawn D 117 

Greyer, Dorhonda 104 

Grice, David 78, 79, 117 

Griffin, Christopher 131 

Griffin, Jennifer 111 

Griffiths, Danelle 117 

Griffiths, Dusty 131 

Grisard, Pamela 40, 117 

Grisez, Dan 84, 117, 192 

Grossman, Jeffrey 118 

Groves, Janelle 32, 118 

Grubach, Cynthia 90 154, 181, 191 

Gubitosi, Tom 94, 186, 200 

Gugliotta, John 64, 118 

Gugliotta, Thomas 106 

Guilfoyle, Brian 131 

Gustafson, Debra 105 

Gustafson, Stacy 105 

Gustetic, Jason 111 



H 




Terra Proctor wearing her test face. 



Hamilton, Suzanne 42, 68, 69, 191 

Hamm, Marc 131 

Hammer, Steven 90 154, 201 

Hammond, Andrew 131 

Hammond, Donna 90 154 

Hannan, Eileen 40, 111 

Hannan, Maureen 23, 26, 35, 131 

Harden, Tia 90 154, 181, 187 

Hardman, Bruce 192 

Harmon, Tamara 107 

Harper Jr, Alfred 107 

Harper, Eddie 79, 109 

Harper, Regina 83, 106 

Harrell, Ardelle 94, 200 

Harrell, Renee 109 

Harris Jr, Larry 106 

Harris, Robert 47, 118 

Harris, Semika 118 

Harris, Sue 91 

Harris, Wendy 30, 83, 118 

Harrison, Jennifer 77, 109 

Harrison, Mia 90 80, 81, 154, 181 

Harsh, Derek 110 

Hart, Gregory 110 

Hartman, David 90 154 

Hartman. Marganna 118 

Hartman, Pat 86, 87 

Hartmann, Jeff 88, 94, 177, 184 

Hartson, Paul 106 

Harwood, Katherine 94 

Haselbusch, Aaron 131 

Hasty, Barbara 109 

Hatcher, Carrie 131 

Hatcher, Jeffrey 90 155 

Hatton, Marcus 90 155 

Hausen, Dawn 106 



Russell Minter makes lab glasses 
fashionable. 




Habat, Pat 88, 94, 200 

Hada, John 90 154, 155 

Haffer, Joyce 94 

Haggerty, John 90 85, 154, 181, 192 

Haggerty, Timothy 78, 79, 118 

Haggins, Eric 90 154, 181 

Haile, Tona 118 

Halbedel, Tom 72, 94 

Hall Jr, Jerome 108 

Hall, Keely 110 

Halloween 14 

Hambrick, Rachal 131 

Hamilton, Jacqueline 83, 104 

Hamilton, Lesley 23, 25, 44, 104 




208 



Index 




The always festive holiday play. 



Hausen, Tamara 118 

Hawk, Lisa 131 

Hawthorne, Michael 65, 106 

Hayes, Monique 23, 83, 111 

Hayes, Rachael 21, 45, 52, 118 

Haynes, Alana 27, 36, 118 

Haynes. April 23, 108 

Head, Ericka 28, 107 

Heck, Gretchen 85, 118 

Heck, Jason 90 85, 118, 155 

Heidi's Hair Fashions 134 

Hejduk, Christopher 90 155 

Hennings, Sheila 83, 118 

Heramb, Rob 94 

Herbert, Christina 118 

Herbert, Scott 104 

Herman, Marrico 118 

Heuer, Amy 110 

Heuer, Carolyn 94, 200 

Heuer, Lisa 90 155 

Hick, Erica 83 

Higgins, La Trese 44, 131 

Higham, Douglas 90 75, 155, 181, 201 

Higham, Leslie 118 

Highland, Charles 90 30, 31, 155, 159, 

181, 201 

Hilger, Heidi 170, 181 

Hill Jr., Robert 131 

Hill, Anita 90 155 

Hill, Danny 131 

Hill, Jerry 104 

Hill, Lehendro 118 

Hill, Yvonne 105 

Hinton, Shannon 90 155 

Hiser, Jennifer 81, 118 

Hlabse, James 131 

Mrs. Woody and Mrs. Yuhas snatch an- 
other ID-less victim. 




Hoag, Donna 44, 77, 132, 191 

Hoag, Thomas 90 155, 177 

Hochschild, Karen 118 

Hodder, Joanne 94 

Hodder, Kelly 26, 28, 68, 83, 99, 118, 

191 

Hodge, Deshawn 104 

Hodgins, Gabrielle 35, 94 

Hoffart, Tom 94 

Hoffert, Frank 94, 200 

Hoffman, Tim 132 

Hohs, Bernard 75 

Hohs, Miriam 69, 108 

Holland, Caroline 90 26, 30, 31, 38, 48, 

145, 155, 170, 177, 181, 186 

Hollins, Kenyadus 55, 118, 219 

Mollis, Angela 16, 99, 170 

Holloman, Jason 107 

Holloway, Latrice 118 

Holloway, Nathan 90 22, 23, 155, 175, 

177, 181, 187 

Ho Howell, Lisa 26, 28 

Holly, Michael 61, 132 

Holmes, Jeffrey 90 42, 66, 155 

Holny, Jodi 87 

Holny, Jody 84 

Holt, Crystal 108 

Homovec, Richard 94 

Honly, Jodi 105 

Hood, Keith 170, 181 

Hoover, Craig 132 

Hopkins, Rebecca 46, 87, 132 

Hornyak, Robert 75, 132 

Hornyak, Ronald 75, 105 

Horvath, Melissa 90 155, 186 

Houchins, Deborah 36, 94, 99 

Howard, Dawn 118 

Howard, Terry 109 

Hribar, Marlene 90 7, 80, 81, 155, 177, 

181, 186 

Hsu, Ching Wei 90 44, 155, 181, 215, 

220 

Huber, Francis 170 

Huddleston, Janet 40, 118 

Hughes, Timothy 55, 132 

Hula, Janet 132 

Humphries, Scott 132 

Humppi, Fam 30 

Hunt, Lisa 90 35, 45, 52, 156, 203 

Hunt, Robin 30, 31, 45, 132 

Hutson, Robert 108 

Hutton, Marcus 90 23, 27, 156 



Independent Savings 138 
Index 203 

Irby Jr., Bruce 90 61, 156 
Isgro, Debra 17, 33, 132, 207 
Isheim, Ethel 132 
Israel, Kirk 28, 29, 118 
Isreal, Kirk 26 
Ivancin, Nives 132, 191 



Jablonski, Frank 94, 95, 109, 110 
Jackson, Brian 47, 84, 132, 192 
Jackson, Devan 61, 64, 84, 118 
Jackson, Flanda 132 
Jackson, Lee 44, 73, 84, 132 
Jackson, Monte 65, 107 
Jackson, Ra Shonda 132 
Jackson, Shelli 90 170, 201 




Chris Valencic, Mrs. Stroup, Shawn Orazen and 
Fatti Burke show true school spirit. 

Jakopanec, Susan 118 

Jankowski, Frank 90 156 

Jankowski, Joseph 193, 197 

Jay Dee Cleaners 141 

Jenko, Ronald 90 156 

Jerele, Cynthia 90 7, 17, 50, 126, 156, 

177, 180, 181, 220 

Jerele, Dawn 32, 33, 111 

Jerin, William 78, 79, 118, 201 

Jernigan, Raeshuan 27, 65, 111 

Jobs, Student 17 

Johann, Juliana 90 4, 46, 156, 181 

Johnson Bey, Walter 55 

Johnson, Chenett 132 

Johnson, Davion 55, 118 

Johnson, Denise L 23, 132 

Johnson, Don 118 

Johnson, Lillian 107 

Johnson, Melvin 118 

Johnson, Shelley 90 37, 156 

Johnson, Yvette 90 156 

Johnson-Bey, Kennard 116, 132 

Johnson-Bey, Walter 132 

Jolly, Stacy 118 

Jones, Amont 110 

Jones, Ayonna 45, 106 

Jones, Charity 132 

Jones, Daryl 132 

Jones, Demetria 109 

Jones, Joshua 108 

Jones, Kawana 132 

Jones, Raymond 90 47, 156, 201 

Jones, Robbin 111 

Jones, Robert 90 38, 48, 72, 84, 145, 

156, 172, 181, 192, 208 

Jones, Shantai 104 

Matt Carpenter prefers computer books over 
the cafeteria food. 




Index 



209 




Jennifer Petrie and Amy Varner are anxious for 
graduation. 



Jones, Sonya 30, 55, 77, 219 

Jones, Tiffany 118 

Jones, Valerie 132 

Jordan, Jeff 66 

Jorz, Angela 40 

Journey, Nicholas 132 

Juengel, Benjamin 105 

Juengel, Gina 90 30, 31, 48, 51, 156, 

181 

Juhl, Katherine 8, 38, 42, 49, 132 

Juniors 126 

Juratic, Julie 118 

Juratovac, Susan 118 

Jurgensen, Nonique 44, 110 

Jurisevic, Susan 90 48, 144, 156, 175, 

181 



K 



Kacperski, Jennifer 90 54, 68, 156, 181, 

191 

Kadras, Konstantina 32, 33, 111 

Kale, David 105 

Kaleal, Jeffrey 30, 31, 40, 118, 174, 

175, 176, 220 

Kalinowski, Kyle 118 

Karaba, Fred 108 

Karabinus, Michael 30, 31, 118 

Karnak, Rebecca 42, 46, 66, 67, 103, 

132, 133 

Kating, Mike 105 

Kausek, Laurie 118 

Keaveney, Lynn 118, 191 

Keffer, Anthony 118 

Kehn, Jan 94, 220 

Kekic, Kelly 83, 118 

Jeff Syroney, Wendy Wang, Katie Ells and 
Shawn Dysart in the Fall Play. 




Kekic, Lisa 118 

Keller, Jackqualynn 132 

Kelley, Brendan 90 18, 19, 38, 41, 50, 

55, 145, 156, 170, 180, 181, 186, 220 

Kelley, Devin 118 

Kelley, Jim 94 

Kelly, Ann 132 

Kelly, David 90 156 

Kelly, Mike 104 

Kelly, Shannon 90 10, 35, 45, 48, 57, 

72, 73, 84, 144, 157, 181, 186, 203, 

220 

Kermode, Thomas 90 28, 48, 49, 54, 

157, 168, 181, 205 

Kerne, Jack 85 

Kerne, Joel 85, 132 

Kidd, Claudette 90 157, 176 

Kilgore, Kenneth 27, 55, 132, 137 

Killion, Matthew 118 

Kim, Joon 118 

Kimball, David 118 

Kimball, Robert 90 157 

King, Anne 109 

King, Donell 90 157 

King, Monolito 121 

King, Shannon 132 

Kinsella, Kevin 132 

Kirchner, Daniel 121 

Kirchner, Dawn 90 157 

Kirchner, Deborah 90 157, 174 

Kitis, Michelle 132 

Klein, Ellen 94, 200 

Kline, Heidi 132 

Kline, Jeffrey 90 37, 157, 186 

Kmetz, Shawn 111 

Knez, Karmen 90 7, 157, 181 

Knistautas, Lynda 27, 111 

Knox, Cheryl 94, 200 

Kobal, Erik 108 

Kobe, John 23, 109 

Kocina, Dustin 121 

Koenig, Ingrid 88, 97 

Kohler, Daniel 104 

Komara, Daniel 90 157, 177, 181 

Koonce, Aaron 132 

Korb, David 104 

Kosmerl, James 23, 27, 132 

Kostansek, Paul 86, 87, 121 

Kouns, Cory 121 

Kovac, Jessica 33, 132 

Kovac, Karly 107 

Kovacevich, Mark 65, 79, 108 

Kowalski, Jeffrey 47, 121 

Kozalo, Joanne 32 

Kozlowski, Janice 42, 68, 69, 85, 132, 

191 

Kramer, Barbara E. 90 

Kramer, David 46, 66, 67, 132 

Kramer, Robert 67, 121 

Krasnik, Jennifer 23, 25, 47, 132 

Kristoff, Dan 90 157 

Kristoff, Heather 132 

Kristofr, Jeffrey 110 

Krohn, Melissa 132 

Kropf, Jeffrey 22, 23, 26, 29, 43, 132 

Krup, Ruth 91 

Kubinski, Catherine 85, 132 

Kucaric, Anthony 121 

Kucaric, Christine 90 7, 17, 157, 176, 

181, 186, 220 

Kucia, Neil 90 157 

Kucinski, Candace 121 

Kugel, Joseph 47, 121 

Kuhen, Eric 90 18, 19, 21, 53, 157, 181, 

201 




A pensive Tom Reynolds. 



Kuhen, Walter 85, 132, 220 
Kuklica, Chera 132 
Kunes, Roger 66, 135, 215 
Kunesh, Valerie 90 157, 177, 181 
Kusa, Michelle 110 
Kwiakowski, Mark 65 



La Manna, Michael 90 37, 75, 157, 181 

La Manna, Raymond 75, 108 

La Tour, Gary 23, 27, 75, 135 

Lake Jr, Jimmie 75, 110 

Lang, April 20, 57, 135 

Lanzaretta, Colleen 51, 121 

Lanzaretta, Matthew 108 

Lapuh, Cheryl 90 54, 55, 157, 211 

Lardomita, Jack 57, 61 

Latine, Seona 21, 35, 121 

Laurenson, William 90 61, 157, 170, 

171, 181, 201 

Lausche, Darrell 23, 27, 121 

Lauver, David 76, 77, 135 

Lauver, Molly 90 20, 44, 157, 176, 181 

Lawrence, David A. 90 

Lawrence, Eric 108, 201 

Lawrence, Sahara Lovey 121 

Lawrence, Shalom 90 36, 38, 145, 157, 

181 

Lawson, Daryl 90 158 

Lawson, Dionne 121 

Leasure, Benjamin 135 

Lech, Paul 43, 121 

Ledwell, Shelly 135 

Lee, Eldora 90 158, 181 



Lorena Orbanic lays down the law 




210 



Index 




lennifer Mason, Oianne Baird and Debbie 
.ong-innocent smiles and all. 

Lellis, Jane 97, 200 

Lemieux, Robert 85, 104 

Leonardi, Donna 135 

Leonard i, Joseph 78, 79, 121 

Lesko, Terrence 135 

Leskovec, Melissa 90 40, 42, 48, 55, 

158, 181 

Levstik, Patricia 90 48, 158, 174, 177, 

181, 186, 202 

Lewin, Joy 68, 121, 191 

Lewis, Chonton 170 

Leyendecker, Jenny 90 35, 42, 46, 48, 

50, 115, 129, 138, 158, 181, 220 

Library Aides 39 

Liderbach, Julia C 135 

Lidrbauch. Joan 49, 97, 200 

Linderman, Joan 97 

Lindsey, Stephen 61, 64, 121 

Lishing, Carl 90 37, 158 

Lishing, Susan 109 

Little, John 90 18, 19. 76, 77, 158, 177, 

181, 187, 208 

Little, Karen 97 

Little, Pamela 90 11, 13, 30, 37, 144, 

158, 171 

Lockers 8 

Logar, Andrew 23, 86, 87, 135 

Lomac, Mary 97, 200 

Long, Debra 21, 30, 31, 44, 52, 121, 

125, 170, 194, 211 

Long, Melissa 194, 195 

Longbrake Jr, Patrick 108 

Longstreth, Laura 191 

Lott, Nicole 23, 25, 121 

Loveless, Kristen 121 

Lowe, Ken 97, 184 



iarin Faletic lays on the hairspray a little thick. 




Lozada, Nicole 90 158 

Lozada, Ricardo 170 

Lu, Michael 79, 105 

Lucas, Marge 97 

Luikart, April 23, 25, 85, 106 

Luikart, Harry 90 72, 85, 158, 192 

Lukat, Candi 32, 41, 121 

Luke, Amanda 107 

Lunder, Bradley 135 

Lux, Kenneth 193, 197 

Lux, Patricia 46, 67, 87, 103, 135 

Luzny, Thomas 135 

Lydon, J. 47 

Lyle, Kimberly 121 

Lynn, Michele 22, 23, 27, 56, 121 

Lyons, James 107 



M 



Macleod, Brian 23, 27, 109 

Macleod, Mark 23, 135 

Madden, John 135 

Madden, Sarah 105 

Maddox, Valena 90 23, 44, 55, 158, 

181, 219 

Mahovlic, Christian 105 

Mahovlic, Matthew 90 158 

Majorettes 24 

Manburg, Marc 97 

Mance, Jozefina 47, 105 

Mannarino, Mike 47, 121 

Mannello, Christopher 90 48, 61, 62, 

158, 181 

Mansi, Frank 135 

Mansperger, Ellen 23, 27, 109 

Marcelli, Carta 104 

Marching Band 22 

Marchuk, Jane 110 

Marchuk, Melissa 121 

Marchuk, Samuel 105 

Marcic, Christopher 193 

Marcinko, Christopher 90 158 

Marek, Shannon 73, 121, 215 

Maria, Mirta 90 30, 137, 158, 182, 220 

Marincek, John 90 158, 172, 220 

Marincek, Tracy 84, 112, 121, 215 

Marinelli, Melissa 111 

Markon, Oliver 121 

Marks, Jennifer 90 158, 182, 186 

Marolt, Norman 90 61, 75, 158, 182 

Marron, Stacey 197 

Marsh, Kathy 97 

Marshey, Martin 79 

Martin, Christopher 90 61, 158 

Martin, Heidi 195, 197, 199 

Martin, Ivory 90 158, 182 

Martin, Robert 90 159, 202 

Martincic, Skip 85 

Marunowski, Kelly 106 

Marusic, Anthony 111 

Marvin, Charles 90 85, 159 

Marvin, Lisa 90 37, 42, 44, 48, 54, 55, 

73, 159, 180, 182 

Masek, Jennifer 109 

Masley, Jennifer 90 32, 33, 48, 54, 159, 

177, 182, 186 

Mason, Christopher 192 

Mason, Jennifer 90 30, 31, 38, 48, 49, 

50, 51, 55, 70, 145, 159, 170, 172, 177, 

182, 186, 202, 211 
Mason, Terri 121 
Massingil, Antonio 106 
Masten, Rashawn 170 
Masterson, James 104 
Masterson, Patricia 38, 44, 135 




90s beauties: Cheryl Lapuh, Tracy Presti- 
gomo, Michelle Newcomb, Toni Chiudioni and 
Chris Oblak. 

Matiaska, Carta 13, 90, 135, 144, 220 

Matish, Alison 90 159 

Matko, Allan 97 

Matlock, Ian 90 159 

Matthews, Ayanna 90 36, 159, 182, 204 

Mauldin, De Vonna 13, 121 

Maurer, Margaret 110 

Maust, Teresa 90 159, 202 

Maxson, Dan 68, 191 

Mazzei, Elizabeth 86, 87, 102, 103, 135, 

202, 220 

Mc Alpine, Jeanine 90 159 

Mc Caleb, Jermaine 90 84, 159, 182 

Mc Call, Philip 107 

Mc Candless, Kelly 121 

Mc Carthy, Brian 90 159 

Mc Carthy, Valerie 135 

Mc Cartney, Colleen 44, 135 

Mc Cartney, Wayne 90 144, 159, 182 

Mc Coy, Carl 79, 107 

Mc Crone, Joseph 65, 110 

Mc Daniel, Latrena 170 

Mc Dougall, Michael 78, 79, 121 

Mc Duffle, Erica 121 

Mc Duffle, Shannon 111 

Mc Ghee, Deliska 4, 22, 23, 27, 32, 33, 

38, 121 

Mc Ghee, Tamika 90 159, 173 

Mc Ghee, Tyran 121 

Mc Glothan, Chris 36, 75 

Mc Grath, Martin 121 

Mc Groder, Danielle 121 

Mc Groder, Vanessa 90 159 

Mc Guinness, Michael 110 

Mc Guinness, William 35, 89, 90, 200 

Mc Kean, Angela 83, 121, 191 



Heather Pall in deep thought, sort of. 




Index 



211 




East 222 Street Jazz Band doing their thing 
during the Winter Concert. 



Mc Laughlin, Judy 97, 184, 200 

Mc Michael, Jewvon 106 

Mc Namara, Mary 32, 33, 121, 202 

Mc Peek, Matthew 22, 23, 26, 85, 135 

Mc Redmond, Polly 97 

Mc Roberts, Colleen 135 

McLaughlin, Robert 90 

Meden IV, Joseph 90 76, 77, 159, 182 

Media Aides 43 

Medved, Dawn 109 

Medvick, William 54, 90 

Meeks, Gary 78, 79, 107 

Meeks, Tramayne 90 160 

Melnyk, Jennifer 40, 121, 191 

Memories Divider 188 

Meros, Danno 105 

Merritt, Tony 135 

Mestrovich, Jason 90 160 

Meyers, Carol 89, 97 

Meyers, Maureen 104 

Meyers, Stephen 34, 135 

Michael, Theresa 135 

Mid-West Welding 106 

Mihalic, Meredith 69, 83, 106 

Mike Raicevich 100 

Mikich, Kimberly 16, 20, 46, 49, 85, 

102, 107, 116, 135 

Mikulcic, Lydia 44, 70, 121 

Mikulec, Patricia 135 

Milicevic, Thomas 90 160, 182 

Miller, Brian 135 

Miller, Denise 111 

Miller, Ernest 90 160 

Miller, Jeanette 32, 33, 55, 135, 220 

Miller, Kimberley 28, 87, 135 

Miller, Molly 22, 23, 26, 28, 135, 202 

Pun during Senior Talent Might. 




Minadeo, Laura 90 152, 160 

Mincek, Michelle 90 160 

Mingle, Charles 90 160 

Minnillo, Anthony 135 

Minnillo, Paul 105 

Minter, Russell 116, 135, 208 

Miocic, Paul 111 

Miranda, Christine Joyb 44, 135, 212 

Miranda, Dalmacio 193 

Miranda, Heather 90 42, 44, 160 

Miranda, Ruth 90 152, 160, 202 

Mishler, Denise 111, 220 

Miskinis, Aldona 97 

Mitchel, Leslie 106 

Mitchell, Donovan 121 

Mitchell, Michael 121 

Mixed Chorus 30 

Mixon, James 192 

Mlac, Christie 111 

Mock, Heather 121 

Model U.N. 34 

Mogyorody, Patricia 23, 25, 109 

Montagner, Julie 26, 69, 105 

Montagner, Laura 90 9, 18, 54, 68, 160, 

182, 191 

Montani, Ray 97, 200 

Montgomery, Pamela 90 160, 182 

Moore, Davvie 110 

Moore, Denise 22, 23, 27, 121 

Moore, Kimberly 90 160, 182 

Moore, Marlon 90 76, 77, 160, 182, 218 

Moore, Phaedra 42, 44, 135 

Moore, Priest 104 

Morgan, Deborah 135 

Morgan, Donna 44, 121 

Morgan-Brown, Carol 28, 32, 134, 135, 

215 

Moriarty, Shannon 90 160, 182 

Morris, Brian 90 160, 182, 187, 202 

Morris, Jamal D. 90 160 

Morris, Katie 56, 97, 200 

Morris, Raymond 85, 108 

Morrison, Ha Hie 108 

Morse, Joel 90 144, 161, 174 

Moster, Elizabeth 23, 56, 122 

Moultry, Latanya 90 96, 161, 173, 176 

Moultry, Terrence 135 

Moushey, Martin 106 

Mr. Build 111 

Mueller, Jo-Rita 97 

Murowsky, Craig 90 26, 61, 62, 161, 

170, 171, 182, 214 

Murphy, Matthew 135 

Muscarella, Kathy 39, 122 

Muzinic, Christopher 135, 202 

Myers, Andrew 135 

Myers, Damien 122 

Myers, Scott 135 

Myers, Vincent 90 161 

Myles, Wendy 44, 108 

Mytrosevich, Lisa 111 



N 



Naglic, Angela 90 161 

Nagy, Michael 40, 104 

national Honor Society 48 

Meal, Charlotte 135, 155 

Meal, Shawn 105 

Negrelli, Bridget 90 32, 33, 161, 182 

Megrelli, Jolie 32, 33, 108 

Mehrig, Edward 135, 206 

Neidel, Meghan-Anne 90 161, 187 

Memecek, Jack 90 85, 161, 182 

Mewcomb Interior Construction Compa- 




Sonia Cencic, Sharon Barrett, Paula Do- 
bransky, Chris Miranda and Jennifer Sankey 
enjoying themselves at a football game. 

ny 126 

Mewcomb, Michelle 90 13, 42, 48, 53, 

55, 161, 177, 180, 182, 184, 202, 211 

Newell, Paul 30, 31, 89, 97 

Newman, Kelli 135, 191 

Newsome, Andrew 27, 66, 109 

Nichols, Charles D 23, 27, 72, 135 

Nickell, Brandy 32, 33, 135, 207 

Nickell, Laura 32, 33, 105 

Nicolosi, Ann 90 161, 177, 182, 187 

Miebes, Carole 97, 107, 110, 111 

Molan, Chet 61 

Nolan, John 107 

Norris, Lorenzo 136 

Norton, Christopher 30, 31, 45, 106 

Norton, Rachel 122 

Nosse, Lance 90 57, 61, 62, 156, 161, 

202, 214 

Nosse, Lawrence 30, 64, 84, 122 

Novak, Kenneth 110 

Novotny, Cynthia 90 161 

Nowosielski, Joseph 78, 79, 122 

Noyes, Elizabeth 90 17, 161 

Nugent, Colleen 122 

Nugent, Kathleen 90 161, 184 - 

Nugent, Noreen 122 

Nugent, Patrick 90 161 

Nykiel, Jack 122 



OTlynn, Michael 137 
O'Meal Jr, David 110 
O'Neal, David 79 
O'Neill, Kevin 136 
O'Meill, Michael 136 



J.V. Volleyball getting the serve. 




212 



Index 




Getting ready to hear the Air Force Band. 



Oblak, Christine 90 42, 48, 53, 54, 55, 

161, 177, 182, 184, 202, 211 

Oboczky, Michelle 122 

Oden, Theresa 21, 52 

Office Aides 42 

Olszens, Keith 136 

Orazan, Shawn 207 

Orazem, Nicholas 90 75, 161, 182 

Orazen, Shawn 32, 33, 136, 209 

Orbanic, Lorena 90 6, 14, 21, 35, 42, 

47, 50, 92, 99, 161, 182, 187, 196, 210, 

215, 220 

Orchestra 28 

Orlic, Cindy 71, 73, 136, 220 

Orsulic, Richard 47, 136 

Orsulic, Silvia 107 

Orsulic, Stipe 107 

Ortman, Walter 90 161, 175 

Osborne, Eric 34, 46, 136 

Ospelt, Heidi 90 73, 87, 161, 182, 202 



P.A. Announcers 38 

Pae, Susan 122 

Pae, Tim 90 47, 162, 182 

Pall, Heather 9, 28, 85, 134, 136, 191, 

211 

Pall, Shaun 90 21, 23, 27, 44, 162 

Paolucci, James 122 

Parey, Melissa 87 

Parker, Marc 61, 64, 122 

Parker, Sanjay 90 162, 182 

Parker, Terenz H 76, 77, 136, 192, 202 

Parker, Tina 90 162 

Parrino, Shane 122, 195 

Parsons II, Ronald 17, 136 

Parsons, John 90 48, 61, 62, 162, 173, 

182 




Paskert, Joan 35, 97, 184 

Pasquale, Ben 90, 200 

Pasquale, Michael 136 

Patel, Chirag 90 162 

Patel, Rupen 136 

Patrons 200 

Patterson, Katherine 44, 87, 107 

Patton, Damon 65 

Pavlic, Francis 90 162 

Pawlowski, Adam 96, 97, 184 

Payne, Matthew 85, 136 

Peck, Kimberly 136 

Peer Tutors 38 

Pekol, Anne 122 

Pekol, Julie 83, 104 

Pelinkaj, Nedzad 90 162, 182 

Pence, Debra 90 17, 41, 162, 173, 182 

Penn, Barbara 90 162, 202 

Pennington, Tequila 122 

Penny, Donna 136 

Penny, Teresa 23, 27, 111 

Peoples, Bryan 65, 84, 111 

Perez, Frank 90 

Perkins Restaurant 137 

Perkins, De Sean 170 

Perme, Raymond 111 

Perna, Ernest 136 

Perrotti, Lisa 136 

Perry, Angela 90 18, 57, 162, 182, 204 

Perry, Nicholas 122 

Perry, Ramone 106 

Pesek, Jeffrey 66, 67, 122 

Peters, Kimberly 136 

Peters, Mark 136 

Peterson, Heidi 42, 136 

Petkovic, Matthew 90 17, 162, 182 

Petkovic, Tracy 122 

Petrasko, Jason 105 

Petrie, Jennifer 90 80, 162, 172, 182 

210 

Petrik, Kari 44, 104 

Petrovic, Robert 97, 104, 106, 110, 200 

Petrowski, Brian 104 

Petterson, Michael 65, 108 

Pfahl, Benjamin 67, 122 

Phillis, Jason 67, 122 

Phillis, Timothy 90 162, 182 

Phipps, Karen 39, 69, 122 

Phyllis, Jason 66 

Picozzi, Jennifer 106 

Pignatiello, Roy 61, 64, 80, 81, 97 

Pike, Dan 122 

Pikus, Rachel 46, 108 

Pinzarroni, Christina 82, 83, 122, 191 

Pirsig, Holly 30, 31, 39, 45, 52, 136, 

194 

Piscitello, Jacqueline 122, 215 

Pizmoht, Laura 90 162, 182 

Pla, Sally 97, 184, 200 

Plant Isle St Flower Shop 133 

Play, Fall 52 

Play, Winter 45 

Plesec, Julianne 136 

Plevelich, Michelle 23, 24, 122 

Pocaro, Michelle 136 

Podmore, David 108 

Polito, Christine 96, 136 

Pollard, Tameka 107 

Polo, Heather 90 162, 202 

Pomiecko, Ginger 105 

Ponsart, Joe 122 

Ponsart, Laura 90 162 

Popovic, Sean J 108 

Popp, Angelina 23, 25, 44, 111 

Posavad. James 90 162 




Participating in a rally. 



Posey, Kelvin 122 

Povirk, Robert 90 162 

Powalie, Melissa 69, 83, 110 

Powaski, Ronald 97 

Powell, Steve 122 

Powers, Edwin 192 

Presot, Jim 37, 66, 67, 97, 200 

Prestigomo, Tracy 90 53, 54, 162, 177, 

180, 182, 211 

Price, Andre 136 

Price, Leslie 192 

Pritchett, Angela M 122 

Proctor, Terra 129, 136, 208 

Pugh, Dana 136 

Puglia, Jim 111 

Puhalj, Engelbert 136 

Pullin, Camille 90 163, 177, 182 

Pupo, Joseph 122 

Pursley, F Jason 109 

Pursley, Myra 90 163 



Quinn, Gerald 136 
Quirarte, James 90 13, 
177, 182 



18, 37, 163, 



Radachy, David 90 44, 52, 163, 182, 

202 

Radachy, Karen 73, 83, 122 

Radaker, Ellie 97 

Radolovic, Allen 136 

Radosevic, Josip 90 163 

Rafail, Kathleen 90 163 

Raguz, Marija 34, 46, 51, 122 

Raguz, Tomislav 136 

Raia, Gayle 68 




Index 



213 




Boy did it rain during the Brush game! 



Raicevich, Mike 71, 97, 184 
Ramlow, Barbara 46, 95, 97, 105, 106, 
107, 109 

Ramlow, Robert 84, 98, 192 
Ramsay, Bridget 90 42, 163, 182, 183, 
187 

Ramsay, Shannon 23, 27, 106 
Randolph, Michelle 30, 136 
Ransaw, Makia 111 
Ransdell, Amy 28, 122 
Rashid, Shadeed 90 37, 53, 163, 182 
Ray, D Emmett 122 
Ray, Michael 107 
Reed, Karen 191 

Reed, Michelle 30, 69, 77, 103, 122, 
191 

Reed, Richard 65, 110 
Reese, Nicole 90 163 
Reichert, Robert 110 
Reichman, Adam 105 
Reichman, Brandy 90 9, 48, 53, 54, 68, 
163, 182, 186, 191 
Reidel, Lisa 24 
Renner, Cindy 90 163 
Reno, Charles 98 

Reynolds, Thomas 90 22, 23, 26, 28, 
29, 43, 86, 87, 163, 202, 210 
Rezzola, Mike 61 
Rhodes, Katie 122 
Rhone, Sonja 90 163 
Rice, H. Douglas 90 163 
Rice, Octavius 90 163 
Richards Jr., John 136 
Richards, Leslie 122 



Class skit during Senior Talent Might. 



Richards, Olympia 122 

Richards, Yolanda 83 

Richardson, La Sondra 35, 109 

Riczo, Catherine 98 

Riedel, Denise 23, 24, 83, 122 

Riedel, Lisa 23, 24, 136 

Riek, John 136, 137 

Rieth Auto 109 

Riggar, Christopher 104 

Riha, Michael 28, 30, 107 

Riley, Balee 90 53, 163, 182, 202 

Risko, Debrah 122, 191 

Ritchie, Steven 90 170 

Ritz, Kimberly 32, 122 

Rivera, Cynthia 90 164, 177, 187 

Rivera, Frances 122 

Roach, James 61, 136 

Roberts, Ann 98, 184 

Roberts, Jason 108 

Robinson, Akilah 111 

Robinson, Edwin 109 

Robinson, Hope 30, 42, 122 

Robinson, James 90 164, 177 

Robinson, Pamela 104 

Rocco, Melissa 16, 20, 46, 85, 102, 107, 

136, 215 

Rodriguez, Angelica 136, 219 

Rodriquez, Joe 98 

Roeder, Rebecca 96, 136 

Roethel, Angela 40, 136 

Roethel, Rachelle 90 164 

Rogers, Shanti 136 

Rogonjic, Mate 83, 106, 202 

Roll, Robert 105 

Roscoe, Terrence 90 4, 61, 62, 76, 77, 

164, 182, 218 

Rose, Kenneth 23, 27, 110 

Ross, Donald 90 47, 84, 164, 182, 192 

Roth, Eric 65, 111 

Roth, Paul 111 

Rowe, Amanda 28, 70 

Rozic, Leon 85, 122 

Ruben, Juanselyn 122 

Ruffo, Christy 122 

Rufus, Maya 84 

Ruggeri, Ann 44, 122 

Runza, Lenka 90 164 

Runza, Paul 123 

Rupp, Kimberly 69, 111 

Rusack, Kenton 90 164 

Russell, Michelle 90 54, 164, 182 

Russo, Joyce 98, 106, 108, 111 

Russo, Tony 91 

Ryan, Lisa 90 164 

Rychlik, Melissa 106 

Rymarczyk, Dominic 194 

Rymarczyk, Kevin 90 164 




Lance Nosse, John Wandersleben and Craig 
Murowsky show their opinion of the team. 



Sanelli, Domenic 136 

Sankey, Danny 170 

Sankey, Jennifer 136, 212 

Sargent, Brian 136 

Sargent, David 199 

Sarpolis, Deborah 90 160, 164, 182, 

184, 202, 220 

Sarpolis, Kristen 123 

Sas, James 65 

Sattler, Greg 98 

Savchuk, Robert 99, 123 

Schaefer, Christine 8, 44, 49, 102, 103, 

130, 133, 136, 202, 217 

Scheurman, Keith 23, 27, 123 

Scheurman, Lauren 27, 33, 105 

Schiavoni, Deana 123 

Schmeling, Bette 48, 98, 200 

Schmeling, Robert 30, 31, 50, 86, 87, 

120, 123, 220 

Schmidt, Hope 9, 139 

Schmidt, Kim 123, 202 

Schneider, Malcolm 170 

Schoen, Kathleen 123 

Schoval, Richard 123 

Schultz, Jennifer 105 

Schultz, Kelly 90 164 

Schulz, Dustin 107 

Schuster, Marci 139 

Schwan, Jennifer 98, 107, 200 

Schwan, Sandra 107 

Schwartz, Matthew 90 16, 66, 67, 87, 

164, 192 

Schwenke, Pete 61, 98 

Scott, Darnell 61, 139 



Cheering during Senior Talent Might. 




S.A.D.D. 35 

Sabel, Kimberly 111 

Sacko, Heidi 90 38, 40, 42, 48, 49, 50, 

51, 52, 164, 172, 181, 182, 220 

Sadler, Andrew 28, 105 

Sajetowski, Jonathan 45, 123 

Sallach, Fred 98, 184 

Salopek, Joseph 111 

Salter Auto 105 

Salupo, Marnie 44, 123 

Samas, Joshua 71, 123 

Samas, Sandra 90 164 

Sanborn, Sandy 98, 200 

Sanders, Tammy 136 

Sanders, Wendi 136 




214 



Index 




rracy Marincek, Jackie Piscatello, Shannon 
*Iarek and Dawn Crosby enjoying one of Eu- 
:lid's dances. 

Scott, Holly 32, 33, 123 

Sci .t, Justin 139 

Scott, Sean 90 164, 186 

Scott, William 90 61, 165 

Secic, Michelle 139 

Secic, Sandra 90 165, 182 

Sedtnak, Edward 105 

Sedmak, Gregory 90 165, 203 

Sedmak, Tom 64, 123 

Segines, Dawn 170 

Segulin, Mickey 98 

Selvaggio, Nick 98 

Senior Divider 142 

Senior Class Cabinet 53 

Seper, Victor 85, 104 

Serafin, Theresa 90 165 

Seric, Steve 66 

Serra, Paul 61, 89, 98, 184, 187, 200 

Severino, Jan 98 

Seymour, Ron 90, 200 

Sfura, Denyel 123 

Shady, Patricia 123 

Shah, Darshi 44, 123 

Shamp, James 65, 84, 108 

Shannon, Thomas 139 

Shantery, Bryan 86, 107 

Shantery, Charles 90 165 

Shaw, Anthony 61, 139 

Sheck, David 61, 74, 75, 139 

Sheck, Michael 90 61, 62, 165 

Sheck, Mike 61, 98, 186 

Shenk, Christopher 139 

Shepherd, Theodore 104 

Sheridan, Elaine 98 



Tom Hsu, Lorena Orbanic andLeeAnn Dobucki 
enjoying one of Euclid's extracurricular 
activities. 




Sheridan, Michael 61, 74, 139 

Shields, Anthony 110 

Shimko, Daniel 123 

Shipley, Shannon 139 

Shippitka, Michael 90 165, 202 

Sholtis, Matthew 106 

Shore Center Barber 137 

Short, Deshawn 106 

Shuskey, Todd 30, 31, 45, 109 

Siedler, Ronald 79, 108 

Sigh, James 90 5, 165, 203 

Signatures 221, 222 

Sillia Jr, Phillip 71, 123 

Sillia, Beth 90 165 

Simenc, Jeffrey 71, 139 

Simenc, Jennifer 108 

Simic, Marko 64, 123 

Simmons, Janelle 90 36, 165, 171 

Simmons, Joyce 123 

Simmons, Vakeeta 13, 39, 83, 108 

Simon, Keri 69, 111 

Simpson, Jim 98 

Sims, Cory 90 75, 165 

Sims, Dionne 123 

Sipes, Jason 106 

Siplock, Nathan 106 

Sirk, Steven 123 

Siupinys, Anthony 90 165 

Ski Club 40 

Skidmore, Marie 123 

Skok, Gregory 90 22, 23, 26, 29, 43, 75, 

163, 165, 182 

Skrab, Mary Ann 90 165 

Skrab, Suzanne 69, 105 

Skrtic, Anna 123 

Slabaugh, Holly 120 

Slattery, Jennifer 90 44, 54, 165, 182, 

186 

Slattery, Jill 82, 83, 123 

Slaughter, Chenise 139 

Slaughter, Dwayne 108 

Slaybaugh, Holly 105 

Siaybaugh, Tracy 90 165 

Slejko, Jason 170, 182 

Slogar, Elizabeth 44, 105 

Slogar, Stephanie 44, 139 

Slusarski II, Ronald 139 

Smayda, Emily 20, 34, 39, 44, 50, 51, 

70, 89, 123, 220 

Smith, Amy 35, 139 

Smith, Bob 98 

Smith, Bonnie 98 

Smith, Chanetta A 123 

Smith, Denise 90 36, 165, 171, 182 

Smith, Ever 79, 108 

Smith, lesha 123 

Smith, Jeffrey 61, 104 

Smith, Jonasis 28, 60, 61, 139, 220 

Smith, Kenneth 139 

Smith, La Tesha 139 

Smith, La Tesha 22, 23 

Smith, Latonya 83, 111 

Smith, Nelleea S 28 

Smith, Nelleeta S 123 

Smith, Ricky 90 10, 60, 61, 62, 76, 77, 

165, 182 

Smith, Robert 90 4, 10, 11, 53, 59, 60, 

61, 62, 63, 143, 165, 182, 192, 202, 

216 

Smith, Shannon 11, 61, 139 

Smith, Sowanna 90 165 

Smith, Stanley 90 61, 62, 76, 77, 156, 

166, 182 
Smith, Tara 106 
Smith, Wayne 41, 89, 98 




Roger Kunes, Carol Morgan-Brown, Missy 
Rocco and Sharon Barrett enjoying one of Eu- 
clid's classes. 

Smolic, Stephanie 13 

Sneperger, Michelle 107, 123 

Snitzky, Stephen 39, 47, 123 

Soblesky, Christopher 90 166 

Socha, Jason 67, 139 

Socha, Sean 67, 123 

Solnosky, Joseph 197 

Solnosky, William 139 

Soltesz, Frank A. 67, 85, 98, 119, 123, 

200 

Somrak, Christian 123 

Sonnhalter, Gregory 123 

Sophomores 112 

Soprek, Richard 109, 123 

Soric, Dominic 123 

Spada, Christopher 139 

Spada, Jennifer 20, 103, 123 

Spada, Maria 109 

Sparks Jr., Edward 90 37, 166 

Sparks, Derrick 111 

Speed, Dreana 123 

Spehar, Daniel 90 76, 77, 166, 177, 182 

Speights, Tina 139 

Spencer, Samantha 123 

Speroff, Keith 193 

Spicer, Jeffrey 104 

Spiegel, Catherine 123 

Spiga, Barbara 38, 98 

Spirit 6 

Spooner, Lorri 139 

Sports Aides 57, 58 

Sports, Spring 190 

Springer, Barb 98 

Springer, Michelle 42, 139 



Amy Garbincus and Megan Tobin enjoying one 
of Euclid's competitions. 




Index 



215 




Robert Smith addressing students at a football 
rally. 



Spurr, Julianne 90 166 

Sray. Albin 90 61, 166, 182, 183 

Stadler, Veronica 98 

Staff 92 

Stannic, Kurt 61, 90 

Staples, Norman 90 166 

Staples, Robert 139 

Staples, Robin 123 

Starr, Sheree 139 

Steele's Garage 134 

Steele, Barbara 90 28, 166, 182, 187 

Stephens, David 139 

Stepic, Christine 90 166 

Sterrick, Brian 23, 43, 139 

Stevens Supply Company 120 

Stevens, David 75 

Stevenson, Shawna 90 166, 182 

Stewart, Lamont 139 

Stewart, Troy 139 

Stih, Cynthia 42, 139 

Stil lings, Brian 139 

Stobinski, Judy 98 

Stohler, Jamie 139 

Stois, John 139 

Stokes, Ronald 139 

Straus, Jacqueline 56, 104 

Stroup, Maria 33, 98, 209 

Robert won the Dial Award as the nation's top 
high school football scholar/athlete. He won 
the Bobby Dodd Award as the national prep 
back of the year. He was named the national 
player of the year by Super Frep magazine. He 
was named the Qatorade Circle of Champions 
Fotball Flayer of the Year. He received awards 
from the Cleveland Touchdown Club and the 
Columbus Touchdown Club. He won the two 
time Ohio "Mr. Football" winner. 




Strukel, Adrienne 123 

Struna, Bonnie 83, 104 

Struna, Holly 44, 46, 123 

Strunk, David 139 

Stryjewski, Angela 123 

Stuber, Rick 90 166 

Student Council Ad 178 

Student Life Divider 4 

Subel, Christine 82, 83, 123 

Subel, Jennifer 90 166, 182 

Sugar, Eddie 90 66, 67, 166, 180 

Sugar, Robert 139 

Sulka, Kelly 90 166, 172, 173 

Summerall, Charrisse 139 

Summers, Gwendolyn 123 

Summerville, La Tomnya 107 

Sun newspapers 129 

Sunderlund, Andrew 107 

Survey 51 

Susnjara, Steve 90 166 

Susnjara, Tony 108 

Sustarsic, Angela 104 

Swan, Heather 44, 124 

Swan, Mark 75, 107 

Swaney, Alecia 98 

Swanson, Erick 23, 26, 28, 29, 43, 124 

Swanson, Sandy 90 166 

Swanson, Sylvia' 104 

Swearingen, Charles 90 166, 176, 182, 

202 

Swearingen, Kimberly 108 

Sweet, Joe 78, 79, 124 

Swope, Lee 90 10, 11, 16, 44, 48, 87, 

144, 145, 166, 171, 173, 180, 183 

Swope, Peter 70 

Swyt, Peter 4, 23, 27, 29, 86, 87, 124 

Swyt, Sharon 90 4, 9, 21, 24, 41, 44, 48, 

51, 120, 166, 173, 176, 177, 183, 187, 

189, 198, 199, 202, 220 

Symphonic Band 26 

Syroney, Jeffrey 90 30, 31, 44, 48, 52, 

130, 151, 166, 170, 175, 177, 183, 186, 

194, 195, 210 

Sztul, Victoria 90 167, 183 

Sztul, Vincent 107 



Tanner, April 139 

Taurman, Ralph 192 

Taylor, Frances 139 

Taylor, Kimberly 28, 44, 52, 139 

Taylor, Laura 139 

Taylor, Mark 23, 27, 109 

Taylor, Meghan 32, 33, 139 

Taylor, Ramona 108 

Taylor, Samuel 47, 108 

Taysom, Nicole 124, 186 

Tekavec, Tracy 124 

Tekieli, Tiffany 90 68, 167, 183 

Tennis, Girl's 70 

Terlizzi, Anthony 4, 64, 124 

Terlizzi, Robert 90 43, 66, 167, 175 

Terry, Telesa 139 

Thaxton, Thaddeus 47 

Theme 2 

Thomas, Brian 124 

Thomas, Bruce 90 167, 183 

Thomas, Jacqueline 90 86, 87, 167, 

175, 183 

Thomas, Jermaine 139 

Thomas, Michael 124 

Thomas, Monica 90 167, 183 

Thomas, Ra Shon 109, 124 

Thomas, Shawn 106 





Robert Smith won more recognition than any 
other student in the history of Euclid High 
School. 

Thomas, Spencer 47, 64, 124 

Thompson, Darryl L 84 

Thompson, Frederick 124 

Thompson, Marcellus 172 

Thompson, Rebecca 111 

Thompson, Shawn 111 

Thompson, Tarnell 192 

Thomson, Marcellus 90 167 

Thornburg, Geri 106 

Thornton, Tammieanna 139 

Thurman, Anitra 111 

Tillinghast, Kathryn 124 

Timm, James 104 

Timm, Natalie 90 167 

Timmons, James 110 

Tingley, Howard 90 85, 167, 183 

Tinker, Patricia 140 

Tkac, Carol 98, 105, 107, 111, 184 

Tobias, Shelley 23, 25, 36, 80, 81, 82, 

140, 220 

Tobin, Megan 45, 87, 124, 215 

Tobin, Timothy 90 86, 87, 167, 176 

Tolbert, Nehvon 13, 84, 124 

Tolbert, Shikira 90 167 

Tolbert, Zahrod 13, 124 

Tolo, Zeljko 106 

Tomaro, Frank 109 

Tomasi, Jill 90 42, 48, 53, 55, 73, 84, 

167, 183 

Tomasi, Lou 84 

Tomazic, Monica 83, 110 

Tomic, Danny 90 167, 183 

Tomsic, Mark 22, 23, 26, 29, 43, 86, 87, 

124 

Tomsic, Matthew 90 41, 48, 86, 87, 167 

Robert gave a lot of class to Euclid's excellent 
football team. 




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Index 




Whoa. ..check her outlll 



Toney, Aundray 107 

Tonn, Rosemarie 100 

Toplin, Jill 111 

Torrelli, Chris 100, 141, 197, 200 

Torzewski Jr. Bruce 140, 202 

Torzewski, Peggy 100 

Toth, Michael 90 167, 183, 186 

Toth, Nicole 124 

Touschner, Keith 140 

Tressler, Toseph 193 

Trice, Jumal 106 

Trimmer, Scott 107 

Trocheck, Jodin 77, 140 

Troha, Adrienne 125, 140 

Troy, Kenneth 77, 140 

Troy, Kenny 76 

Trzcinski, Angela 107 

Tuckerman, Geoffrey 90 167, 173 

Tuff-Kote Dinol 111 

Tuft, Peter 90 168, 183 

Turchik, Linda 110 

Turk, Pat 99, 100 

Turk, Wendy 124 

Turkall, Conine 124 

Turkall, Corrinne 68, 69, 191 

Turkall, Dennis 77, 79, 100 

Turner, Renee 57 

Turpin, Jay 90 66, 67, 168, 183 

Tutors, Peer 38 



U 



U, Jun Yong 34, 44, 59, 70, 103, 130, 

140, 217 

U, Su Yong 34, 44, 70, 110 

Chris Schaefer, Erin Pox and June U having fun 
after class. 



Ml 


| 


S 



Uchbar Jr, Douglas 17, 140 

Ugrinic, Kristie 90 37, 54, 168, 183, 202 

Ujcich, Cynthia 108 

Underclass Divider 102 

Urban, Valerie 107 

Urbania, Michael 90 144; 168, 174, 177 

Ursich, Gabrielle 104 



Vaccarino, Steven 105 

Valencic, Christine 90 18, 32, 33, 44, 

53, 168, 183, 209 

Valentic, Paulina 108 

Valentic, Rose 33, 44, 140 

Valentine's Ball 18 

Van Ho, Kay P. 90 

Van Mess, Jennifer 124 

Vance, Kevin 20, 34, 35, 45, 50, 63, 72, 

84, 119, 130, 140, 144, 220 

Vannarath, Davong 69, 106 

Varner, Amy 90 168, 174, 210 

Varsity Chorale 31 

Vasko, Robert 90 168 

Veedmont 111, Pete 90 168 

Veedmont, Kimberly 111 

Vega, Daniel 64, 124 

Vehovec, Bryan 140 

Velez, Ricardo 140 

Victor, Ron 90 

Virant, Denice 69, 104 

Vogel, Gretchen 108 

Voigt, Robert 140 

Voll, Michelle 22, 23, 27, 120, 124 

Volleyball 68 

Von Benken, Bill 50, 100, 184, 200, 220 

Von Sick, Christine 140 

Vunderink, Nicholas 124 

Vurusic, Jayne 140, 191 

Vuyancih, John 78, 79, 124 



W 



Wagner, Michelle 140 

Wagner, William 90 168, 183 

Wai Napolo 56 

Walczak, Bryan 109 

Walczak, Philip 129, 140, 192 

Walden, Kristana 13, 106 

Walker Jr, Anthony 124 

Wallace, Arlin 107 

Wallace, Rhoan 27, 124 

Wallace, Sheena 124 

Waller, Cheryl 83, 124 

Wallette, Jody 73, 84, 87, 105 

Wallette, Stacy 30, 140 

Walsh, Kathleen 40, 104 

Walsmith, Robert 88, 100, 184 

Walter, Kenneth 61, 62, 140 

Walter, Kimberly 104 

Waltermire, Jennifer 195 

Waltermire, Karrie 30, 42, 124 

Walters, Cherie 124 

Walton, Antoinette 90 168 

Walton, Renee 124 

Wandersleben, Eric 61, 64, 124 

Wandersleben, John 90 61, 62, 168, 

214 

Wang, Wendy 30, 52, 124, 210 

Ward, Patrice 90 10, 60, 61, 62, 168, 

192 

Ware, Damon 124 

Wargo, Melanie 108 

Warman, Connie 100 

Waterbed Emporium 115 




The cast devoted much time to put on the Pall 
Play. 

Watkins, Terry 124 

Watson, Tamika 111 

Weaver, Rebecca 140 

Webb, Jason 124 

Webber, Michaelle 90 37, 168 

Weber, Kristen 90 168, 183 

Weber, Michael 90 61, 168 

Wein, Josef 107, 124 

Wein, Mary 108 

Weiss, Russell 124 

Welch, Robert 65, 79, 106, 108 

Welker, Jennifer 90 30, 31, 44, 159, 

168, 170, 177, 183, 186, 202 

Wells, Danita 111 

Welsh, Cynthia 124 

Wensing, Dan 61, 100 

Weybrecht, Jason 76, 77, 140 

Wheeler, John C 43, 45, 125 

Wheeler, Sheila 90 169 

Whelan, Thomas 67, 140 

Wherley, Richard 100, 141, 197 

White, Kenya 105 

White, Lanay 140 

White, Mary 100, 200 

White, Sheila 90 169, 183 

Whiteman, Kimberly 124 

Whitey, Jason 66 

Wichert, William 197 

Wiggins, Phil 170 

Wilcox, Paulnetta 22, 23, 36, 140 

Wilkerson, Dranoel 124 

Williams, Anton 104 

Williams, Carol 96, 100 

Williams, Claudia 140 

Williams, Donell 106 



Dancing at Senior Talent Night. 




Index 



217 




Wolf, Richard 44, 124 

Womack, Edrina 140 

Wood, Traci 90 169 

Woods, Valencia 23, 25, 36, 140 

Woody, Lois 209 

Workman, Steven 47, 72, 84, 124, 192 

Woullard, Donnaire 140 

Wrestling 74 

Wright, Lisa 108 

Wudy, Lois 99 

Wyckoff, Robert 90 169 

Wyley, Milton 23, 27, 52, 84, 140, 197 

Wylie, Marquetta 12, 107 




Terry Roscoe, Marlon Moore and Justin 
Daugherty coming down the court. 

Williams, Gregory 109, 124 

Williams, Jermaine 109 

Williams, Juan 30, 124 

Williams, Michelle 90 169 

Williams, Monica 107 

Williams, Meal 90 169 

Williams, Nicole 90 169, 183 

Williams, Rashawn 90 54, 61, 169, 219 

Williams, Shanna 110 

Williams, Stephanie 90 55, 169 

Williams, Steven 107, 124 

Willingham, Melissa 27, 140 

Willis, Derek 61, 76, 77, 140, 192 

Willrich, Richard 110 

Wilson, Eric 140 

Wilson, Holly 90 169, 171, 183, 184 

Wilson, Melissa 87, 108 

Wilson, Tina 105 

Wilson, Wayne 104 

Wims, Regina 90 23, 169 

Winkleman, Bonnie 90 169 

Winston, Alaster 140 

Winter Play 45 

Wirbel, Mark 193, 194 

Wise, Stephen 30, 107 

Witczak, Michael 23, 26, 29, 112, 120, 

124 

Witt, Stacey 90 169 

Woide, Jason 110 

Wojdak, Jeremy 108 

Wojdak, Windi 23, 24, 140 

Wolchko, Jennifer 23, 27, 51, 104 

Wolenski, Jennifer 111 

Wolenski, Kenneth 72, 84, 140, 192 

Wolenski, Lorinne 90 169, 177, 183 



The indoor track team stretches out. 




Yafanaro, Toni Marie 108 

Yanni, Anthony 102, 125 

Yates, Sonya 90 48, 55, 169, 183, 202 

Yee, Virginia 70, 125 

Yocum, Robert 91 

Yoe, Robert 61, 64, 84, 102, 125 

Yoon, Sang Pil 169 

Yop, Robert 192 

York, Dick 100 

Young, Crystal 140 

Young, Kathleen 40, 104 

Young, Letitia 125 

Young, Paul 40, , 125 

Young, Nathan 6, 39, 40, 47, 108, 125 

Yuhas, Karen 32, 33, 88, 200, 209 

Yuhas, Stacie 32, 33, 140, 207 

Yurcich, Charles 76, 77, 140, 220 



Zagore, Christine 140 

Zahler, James 140 

Zahursky, Carol 140 

Zajec, Anita 108 

Zakrajsek, Janene 33, 42, 44, 49, 50, 

140, 197, 220 

Zakrajsek, Jo Anne 23, 27, 125 

Zalar, Loretta 140 

Zana, Deborah 140 

Zanghi, Angela 90 169 

Zappia, Courtney 125 

Zdrilic, Mariana 26, 27, 86, 109 

Zele, Jackie 125 

Zele, Jennifer 125 

Zele, Robert 61, 62, 140 

Zemba, Brian 125 

Zhang, Wei 170 

Zingale, Angela 90 57, 145, 169, 183, 

202, 204 

Zivnoska, Christine 23, 24, 111 

Zivnoska, Edward 61, 140 

Zovko, J. Gerald 90 67, 169 

Zovko, Tomislav 61, 62, 75, 140 

Zschuppe, Katherine 90 169 

Zubizarreta, Judith 100, 200 

Zurcher, Donald 125 

Zurga, Mary 90 170 



Terri Blasius waiting for a rebound. 



The hockey players waiting for the face off. 




218 



Index 




■■■■^^H I 



Vidal Gore and Rashawn Williams moving to 
the beat. 




Angelica Rodriguez making her moves 




Index 



219 



Thank You 

The staff of the Euclidian would like 
to extend thanks to all who helped to 
make this book possible. First and 
formost, thanks have to go to our ad- 
visor, Mr. Von Benken for the many 
long hours of hard work and leader- 
ship that had to be put in to get the 
entire operation going and to keep it 
going. Others to be thanked are: 
Ohio School Pictures for supplying 
film and processing for the many pic- 
tures that appear in the book and for 
taking many of the team pictures, se- 
nior and underclass pictures, Jostens 
Yearbook Company for putting is all 
together in such a artistic way, Jan 
Kehn for arranging photography 
dates and supplying needed materi- 
als, the writers and photographers 
who contributed their time, and last 
but not least the entire student body 
at Euclid High School without which 
this book could not exist. 

Stall 

Copy Staff: Bill Castrovince, Carla Ma- 
tiaska, Cindy Jerele, Chris Clark, 
Sharon Swyt, Kevin Vance, Shannon 
Kelly, Emily Smayda, Lorena Or- 
banic, LeeAnn Dobucki, Mirta Maria, 
Jenny Leyendecker. 

Contributors (1 or 2 stories): Liz Maz- 
zei, Jonasis Smith, Cindy Orlic, Shel- 
ley Tobias, Jeanette Miller, Matt 
Dane, Charlie Yurcich, Wally Kuhen, 
Bob Schmeling. 

Data Input: Carla Matiaska, Amy Gar- 
bincus, Rosa Faraci, Debbie Sarpolis, 
Lorena Orbanic, LeeAnn Dobucki, 
Sharon Barrett, Tom Hsu, Jeff Kaleal, 
Heidi Sacko. 



Final Moments 

Colophon 

700 copies of the 1990 Euclidian 
wer printed by the Jostens Printing 
and Publishing Division at State Col- 
lege, Pennsylvania. The book is print- 
ed on Gloss 191 paper stock and in- 
cludes 40 pages of full color, 32 of 
which are the senior photographs. 
Paragraphs were indented with both 
sides justified. Dropped initials were 
used to begin each body copy and it 
was Benguiat Bold type. Body copy, 
scoreboxes and the index were set in 
Benguiat Bold type that was 10 point 
in size. Picture captions, photo cred- 
its and portrait names were set in 
Benguiat Bold type that was 8 point 
in size. Division headlines were set in 
Jefferson type that was 60 point in 
size. Main headlines were set in Dur- 
ante type that was 36 point in size. 
Subheadlines were set in Durante 
type that was 24 point in size. The 
folio tabs were set in Lydian Bold that 
was 10 point in size. The cover was 
designed by art student Janene Zak- 
rajsek. Pages were submitted to the 
plant in five deadlines, November 5, 
November 27, December 18, January 
15 and the final deadline was Febru- 
ary 19, 1990. All the color pages had 
to be in the first deadline. Since the 
final deadline was in February, noth- 
ing that occurred after that time 
could be included in the book. 

Photography: Vernard Adams, Bill 
Castrovince, Shannon Kelly, Cindy 
Jerele, Chris Clark, Sharon Swyt, 
John Marincek, Denise Mishler, Judy 
Beder. 

Layout: Bill Castrovince(Mr. Layout), 
Kevin Vance, Lorena Orbanic, 
LeeAnn Dobucki, Mirta Maria, Jenny 
Leyendecker, Judy Beder, Tom Go- 
linar, Chris Kucaric, Brendan Kelley, 
John Marincek, Sharon Swyt, Janene 
Zakrajsek. 

Ad Sales: Bob Schmeling, Cindy Jer- 
ele, Chris Clark. 



Regrets 



As the 1989-90 school year draws 
to a close there are several things 
that the Euclidian staff would like to 
clarify. 

First of all, fewer and fewer people 
are becoming involved in the activi- 
ties at Euclid High School. The en- 
rollment has been shrinking but stu- 
dent participation has fallen even 
faster. Because of this there are fewer 
people performing jobs that had to 
be done. There was less of a committ- 
ment by the staff to getting the jobs 
done. Just because there were fewer 
people in the school does not mean it 
is easier to put the yearbook togeth- 
er since many of the pages are enroll- 
ment independent. For example, fall 
sports got the same number of pages 
this year as they got many years ago, 
a club will get a page regardless of 
whether it had five members or fifty. 
One of the problems is that students 
don't have as much time to get in- 
volved in school since they are more 
involved with after school jobs. 

Because of this, the Euclidian's 
staff was small. They tried to do their 
best but there is only so much that 
could be done. We sincerely apolo- 
gize for any errors or omissions that 
occur but you have to understand 
that this is only a high school publi- 
cation and mistakes happen. Many 
people will criticize this book and will 
make many suggestions as to how it 
could have been improved, the ques- 
tion is, "Where were you when the 
book was being prepared? Why didn't 
you offer to help? How many eve- 
nings were you here working?" If you 
don't like it this year then do some- 
thing to make it better for next year. 
Everyone is welcome to help. 



Closing 




Signatures 

221 



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222 



Signatures 

223 



Signatures 

224 



VERNARD ADAMS • SHERRI ALVIS • MATTHEW AMES • 

FELICIA ANDERSON • BERNADETTE APONTE • RENEE AQUILA • 

PAUL ARLESIC • BRIAN ASHMAN • DENISE ASSEFF • JOSEPH AVCIN • 

GREGORY BACHELOR • MELISSA BALL • CHRISTOPHER BARANOWSKI • 

JENNIFER BARCZA • LUCILLE BARTULOVIC • JAMES BATTEIGER • DAVID BAUER • 

JUDITA BEDER • FRANK ROBERT BELL • NORMAN BERRY • MICHELLE BERZIN • 

SAULIUSBERZINSKAS* GEORGE BEVANDA* JOE BEVANDA«CHERYLBILAK» SHARON BILLI 

• LISA BLACK • LAURIE BOCK • MICHELLE BONNAY • JOSEPH BOROS • AERICA BOTHWELL • 

MATTHEW BOUFFARD • LA VERNE BOWDEN • CHAD BRACKEN • CHRISTOPHER BRENT • BETH 

BRICKMAN • CRAIG BRICKMAN • ADAM BROWN -JEFFREY BROWN • JOHN BROWNE • LORAINE BRUKETA • 

TRACYBRUNO* JASON BRUST* CHRISTIAN BRYANT* JON BUDWAY« PAMELABUEHNER* RICHARD BUNN 

• MAYA BURGE • SAMUEL BURGESS • JENNIFER BURLISON • TERENCE BUSH • AUDRA BUTKUS • RACHEL 
CAINE • TONY CANZONE • MATTHEW COUCH»CHRISTINECOULTER» JAMIE 
CARPENTER • ROBERT CARSEY • COX • CYNTHIA CRAMER • MARC 
WILLIAM CASTROVINCE • JEANINE CREACH • ROGER CROMBIE • ERIC 
CASTROVINCI • ANTHONY CELESTE • CROWLEY • JEFFREY CUDO • ROBERT 
STEPHEN CESAR • DAVID CESNA • CURTIS • TAMMY CURTIS • HEATH 
MICHAEL CHEBO • MATTHEW CUSTER • SCOTT DANNA • KATHLEEN 
CHINCHAR • JASON CHINNI • DAVIS* WILLIAM DAVIS* DAVID DE LAS 
ANTOINETTE CHIUDIONI • WON-KI • PENAS • DAVID DEWALT* ROBIN DIETZ 
CHUN • JOHN CIARLILLO • IVICA • TODD DIETZEL • JULIE DIRK • 
CINDRIC • ANTHONY CIRINO • FREDERICKDIXON»JOSEDINEDIXON» 
MICHAELCIRINO«CHRISTINECLARK» GUNNARD DOBOZE • LEEANN 
DEIDRE CLARK • KIMBERLY CLARK • DOBUCKI • ALLEN DODGE • KIMBERLY 
ROBIN CLAY • ELISE CLEMENCE • DOLES • ROBERT DONCEVIC • 
CHINA CLEVELAND • DOMINIC MARQUITA DORSEY • MIA DOSS • 
COLANTONIO • JESSE COLEMAN • DAVID DUCHON -JENNIFER DUDZIAK* 
KEVIN COLEMAN • ROBERT NADA DUGANDZIC • MIROSLAVDURES 
COMENSCHEK • KEVIN CORBETT • •SHARONNEDURRAH«JOELECKERT» 
YOLANDA CORNELIUS • MIRIAM LESLIE EDE • ADRIENNE EDWARDS • 
JILL ENNEPER* ROBERT ERB* CLAUDIA ERCEG* TERESA EVANS* JEFFREY EVILSIZER* KIMBERLY FAINT* 
STEVEN FAKULT • KARIN FALETIC • ROSA FARACI • PATRICK FELDEN • TRACEY FILIPASIC • THOMAS 

FITZPATRICK • THOMAS FOX • DANIEL FRATTIN • JAMES FREDRICKSON • TIMOTHY FULGHAM • KEVIN 

GAINES • KIMBERLY GAMBATESE • RICHARD GAMBER • ERIC GARDNER • RODNEY GARR • KIMBERLY 

GAST« JOHN GAZZUOLO«SHERIGEISWEIDT» JEAN GERCAR»ANTONIGJEREK»CATHRYN GLENN* 

LAURA GLOVER • JEFFREY GOERNDT • NIKKI GOLDEN • TRACY GOLDEN • THOMAS GOLINAR • 

HUMBERTO GOMEZ • JASON GOODMAN • JOSEPH GORNIK • KAREN GOSTOMSKI • SARAH 

GRANITO • TRACEY GRAVES • MARIA GRBAC • TINA GROVES • CYNTHIA GRUBACH • JOHN 

HADA • JOHN HAGGERTY • ERIC HAGGINS • DONALD HAMM • STEVEN HAMMER • 

TIMOTHY HANSON • TIA HARDEN • MIA HARRISON • DAVID HARTMAN • JEFFREY 

HATCHER • JASON HECK • MATTHEW HENRY • DANIELLE HERMAN • LISA HEUER • 

DOUGLAS HIGHAM • CHARLES 
HIGHLAND "ANITA HILL* HEIDI HILGER 

• SHANNON HINTON »THOMAS HOAG • 
CAROLINE HOLLAND* ANGELA HOLLIS 

• NATHAN HOLLOWAY • JEFFREY 
DAVID KELLY • SHANNON KELLY • HOLMES • KEITH HOOD • MELISSA 
THOMAS KERMODE-CLAUDETTEKIDD HORVATH • FRANCES HRIBAR • 

• ROBERT KIMBALL • DONELL KING • MARLENE HRIBAR • CHING WEI HSU • 
DAWN KIRCHNER • DEBORAH FRANCIS HUBER • LISA HUNT • 
KIRCHNER«JEFFREYKLINE«KARMEN MARCUS HUTTON • BRUCE IRBYJR* 
KNEZ • DANIEL KOMARA • DANIEL SHELLI JACKSON 'FRANK JANKOWSKI 
KORATICH • STEPHEN KOVELAN • • RONALD JENKO • CYNTHIA JERELE • 
CHRISTINE KUCARIC • NEIL KUCIA • JULIANA JOHANN • ALFRED JOHNSON 
ERIC KUHEN • VALERIE KUNESH • JR • SHELLEY JOHNSON JR • YVETTE 
MICHAELLAMANNA-CHRISTINELAND JOHNSON • RAYMOND JONES • 

• CHERYL LAPUH • WILLIAM ROBERT JONES • GINA JUENGEL • 
LAURENSON • MOLLY LAUVER • SUSAN JURISEVIC • JENNIFER 
SHALOM LAWRENCE «DARYLLAWSON KACPERSKI • BRENDAN KELLEY • 
•ELDORA LEE* MELISSA LESKOVEC* PATRICIA LEVSTIK»CHONTON LEWIS • JENNY LEYENDECKER* CARL 
LISHING • JOHN LITTLE • PAMELA LITTLE • DANIEL LOMBARDO • NICOLE LOZADA • RICARDO LOZADA • 
HARRY LUIKART • VALENA MADDOX • MATTHEW MAHOVLIC • CHRISTOPHER MANNELLO • CHRISTOPHER 

MARCINKO»MIRTAMARIA« JOHN MARINCEK* JENNIFER MARKS* NORMAN MAROLT* CHRISTOPHER 

MARTIN • IVORY MARTIN • ROBERT MARTIN • CHARLES MARVIN • LISA MARVIN • JENNIFER 

MASLEY • JENNIFER MASON • RASHAWN MASTEN • ALISON MATISH • IAN MATLOCK • 

AYANNA MATTHEWS • TERESA MAUST • JEANINE MC ALPINE • JERMAINE MC CALEB • 

BRIAN MC CARTHY • WAYNE MC CARTNEY • LATRENA MC DANIEL • WENDY MC 

DERMOTT • TAMIKA MC GHEE • CHRISTOPHER MC GLOTHAM • JOSEPH 

MEDEN IV • TRAMAYNE MEEKS • JASON MESTROVICH • THOMAS 

MILICEVIC»ERNESTMILLER«MTONYMILLINE«LAURAMINADEO 

• MICHELLE MINCEK • CHARLES MINGLE • HEATHER 






MIRANDA • RUTH MIRANDA • TRACEY A MONDOK • LAURA 
MONTAGNER • PAMELA MONTGOMERY • GERALD MOORE • 
KIMBERLY MOORE • MARLON MOORE • SHANNON MORIARTY • BRIAN 
MORRIS • JAMAL D MORRIS • JOEL MORSE • LATANYA MOULTRY • CRAIG 
MUROWSKY* VINCENT MYERS* ANGEL NAGLIC»BRIDGETNEGRELLI» MEGHAN- 
ANNE NEIDEL • JACK NEMECEK • MICHELLE NEWCOMB • ANN NICOLOSI • LANCE 
NOSSE« MICHAEL NOVAK • CYNTHIA NOVOTNY* ELIZABETH NOYES* KATHLEEN NUGENT- 
PATRICK NUGENT • CHRISTINE OBLAK • NICHOLAS ORAZEM • LORENA ORBANIC • WALTER 
ORTMAN • HEIDI OSPELT»TIMPAE» SHAUN PALL* SANJAYPARKER»TINAPARKER« JOHN PARSONS* 
CHIRAGPATEL* ERIC PATTERSON* FRANCIS PAVLIC»NEDZADPELINKAJ«DEBRA PENCE «BARBAAPENN» 
DE SEAN PERKINS • ANGELA PERRY • MATTHEW PETKOVIC 'JENNIFER PETRIE • TIMOTHY PHILLIS • LAURA 
PIZMOHT* HEATHER POLO* LAURA PONSART* JAMES POSAVAD* ROBERT POVIRK -TRACY PRESTIGOMO 



• CAMILLE PULLIN • MYRA PURSLEY • 
MARINA QUINN • JAMES QUIRARTE • 
DAVID RADACHY • JOSIP RADOSEVIC • 
KATHLEEN RAFAIL • BRIDGET RAMSAY 

• SHADEED RASHID • NICOLE REESE • 
BRANDY REICHMAN* CINDY RENNER» 
RICKYRENNER«THOMAS REYNOLDS* 
SONJA RHONE • H DOUGLAS RICE • 
OCTAVIUS RICE • BALEE RILEY • 
STEVEN RITCHIE • CYNTHIA RIVERA • 
JAMES ROBINSON • RACHELLE 
ROETHEL • TERRENCE ROSCOE • 
DONALD ROSS • LENKA RUNZA • 
KENTON RUSACK • MICHELLE 
RUSSELL • KEVIN RYMARCZYK • HEIDI 
SACKO • SANDRA SAMAS • DANNY 
SANKEY • DEBORAH SARPOLIS • 
MALCOLM SCHNEIDER • KELLY 
SCHULTZ • MATTHEW SCHWARTZ • 
SEAN SCOTT • WILLIAM SCOTT • 
SANDRA SECIC • GREGORY SEDMAK • 
DAWN SEGINES • THERESA SERAFIN • 
CHARLES SHANTERY • MICHAEL 
SHECK • MICHAEL SHIPPITKA • JAMES 
SIGH • BETH SILLIA • JANELLE 
SIMMONS • CORY SIMS • ANTHONY 
SIUPINYS • GREGORY SKOK • MARY 
ANN SKRAB • JENNIFER SLATTERY 
TRACY SLAYBAUGH • JASON SLEJKO 
DENISE SMITH • RICKY SMITH 
ROBERT SMITH • SOWANNA SMITH 
STANLEY SMITH • CHRISTOPHER 
SOBLESKY • EDWARD SPARKS JR 
DANIEL SPEHAR • JULIANNE SPURR 
ALBIN SRAY • NORMAN STAPLES 
BARBARA STEELE* CHRISTINE STEPIC 

• SHAWNA STEVENSON • JENNIFER 
SUBEL»EDDIESUGAR»KELLYSULKA« 
STEVE SUSNJARA* SANDYSWANSON < 
CHARLES SWEARINGEN • LEE SWOPE ' 
SHARON SWYT • JEFFREY SYRONEY 
VICTORIA SZTUL • KEITH TADIELLO 
ANN TEKAVEC • TIFFANY TEKIELI 
ROBERT TERLIZZI • BRUCE THOMAS 
JACQUELINE THOMAS • MONICA 
THOMAS • MARCELLUS THOMPSON 
NATALIE TIMM • HOWARD TINGLEY 
BRUST • CHRISTIAN BRYANT • JON BUDWAY 



TIMOTHY TOBIN • SHIKIRA TOLBERT • 
JILL TOMASI • DANNY TOMIC • 
MATTHEW TOMSIC • MICHAEL TOTH • 
GEOFFREY TUCKERMAN • PETERTUFT 

• RENEE TURNER • JAY TURPIN • 
KRISTIE UGRINIC • MICHAEL URBANIA 

• CHRISTINE VALENCIC • AMY VARNER 

• ROBERT VASKO • PETE VEEDMONT III 

• WILLIAM WAGNER • ANTOINETTE 
WALTON • JOHN WANDERSLEBEN • 
PATRICE WARD* MICHAELLEWEBBER* 
KRISTEN WEBER • MICHAEL WEBER • 
JENNIFER WELKER* SHEILA WHEELER 

• PHIL WIGGINS • MICHELLE WILLIAMS 

• NEAL WILLIAMS • NICOLE WILLIAMS • 
RASHAWN WILLIAMS • STEPHANIE 
WILLIAMS • HOLLY WILSON • REGINA 
WIMS • BONNIE WINKLEMAN • STACEY 
WITT • LORINNE WOLENSKI • TRACI 
WOOD • ROBERT WYCKOFF • SONYA 
YATES • SANG PIL YOON • ANGELA 
ZANGHI • WEI ZHANG • ANGELA 
ZINGALE • J GERALD ZOVKO • 
KATHERINE ZSCHUPPE • VERNARD 
ADAMS • SHERRI ALVIS • MATTHEW 
AMES • FELICIA ANDERSON • 
BERNADETTEAPONTE* RENEEAQUILA 

• PAUL ARLESIC • BRIAN ASHMAN • 
DENISE ASSEFF • JOSEPH AVCIN • 
GREGORY BACHELOR • MELISSA BALL 

• CHRISTOPHER BARANOWSKI • 
JENNIFER BARCZA • LUCILLE 
BARTULOVIC • JAMES BATTEIGER • 
DAVIDBAUER«JUDITABEDER» FRANK 
ROBERT BELL • NORMAN BERRY • 
MICHELLE BERZIN • SAULIUS 
BERZINSKAS 'GEORGE BEVANDA* JOE 
BEVANDA • CHERYL BILAK • SHARON 
BILLI • LISA BLACK • LAURIE BOCK • 
MICHELLE BONNAY* JOSEPH BOROS* 
AERICA BOTHWELL • MATTHEW 
BOUFFARD • LA VERNE BOWDEN • 
CHAD BRACKEN • CHRISTOPHER 
BRENT • BETH BRICKMAN • CRAIG 
BRICKMAN • ADAM BROWN • JEFFREY 
BROWN • JOHN BROWNE • LORAINE 
BRUKETA • TRACY BRUNO • JASON 

PAMELA BUEHNER • RICHARD BUNN • MAYA BURGE • 



SAMUEL BURGESS • JENNIFER BURLISON • TERENCE BUSH • AUDRA BUTKUS • RACHEL CAINE • TONY 

CANZONE • MATTHEW CARPENTER • ROBERT CARSEY • WILLIAM CASTROVINCE • JEANINE CASTROVINCI • 

ANTHONY CELESTE • STEPHEN CESAR • DAVID CESNA • MICHAEL CHEBO • MATTHEW CHINCHAR • 

JASON CHINNI • ANTOINETTE CHIUDIONI • WON-KI • CHUN • JOHN CIARLILLO • IVICA CINDRIC • 

ANTHONY CIRINO • MICHAEL CIRINO • CHRISTINE CLARK • DEIDRE CLARK • KIMBERLY 

CLARK» ROBIN CLAY»ELISECLEMENCE»CHINACLEVELAND«DOMINICCOLANTONIO 

•JESSE COLEMAN -KEVIN COLEMAN • ROBERTCOMENSCHEK* KEVIN CORBETT 

• YOLANDA CORNELIUS • MIRIAM COUCH • CHRISTINE COULTER • JAMIE 

COX • CYNTHIA CRAMER • MARC CREACH • ROGER CROMBIE • ERIC 

CROWLEY •JEFFREYCUDO»ROBERTCURTIS«TAMMYCURTIS« 

HEATH CUSTER • SCOTT DANNA • KATHLEEN DAVIS • 




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